Artificial Intelligence and Tools: Applications in Higher Education
Room 208 Self Hall, 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.
What does artificial intelligence (AI) mean to you? When you read those words, do you think of robots performing advanced tasks on their own? Most likely. Well, artificial intelligence is much more than that. In fact, many things use AI these days. Programs like Google Translate, Amazon Book Recommendations, and Netflix Movie Suggestions all use AI. Artificial intelligence is showing up more frequently in college classrooms, particularly at big institutions that are seeking to make large courses more intimate and interactive. In this presentation, we will learn how to integrate AI-based tools that have been integrated in the education system. Ontologies are specific tools which are being used in higher Ed and will be focused on as a potential tool in long term research.
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Artificial Intelligence and Robotics | Higher Education and Teaching
Trifas, Monica and Elliott, Robert, "Artificial Intelligence and Tools: Applications in Higher Education" (2020). 2020 | Faculty Commons Presentations. 15.