Today AI is progressing, most visibly in voice recognition and assistance software like the Siri app for the iPhone. Siri was built to answer questions. Some of the scientists behind Siri are currently working for an educational gaming company, Kuato Studios, on a sort of universal tutoring platform: a computer teacher.
Bottom line: Machine learning will enable larger scale evaluation of student performance. Still in infancy, but will develop further. Question is where robo-grading will fit in guiding students to desired …
Khadijah Niazi of Lahore, Pakistan, is an inspirational example of how online education is revolutionizing learning. She was only 10 years old when she first took the Artificial Intelligence online course on Udacity. She managed to finish the course and, the following year, Khadijah completed Udacity’s Physics course with highest distinction, being the youngest ever girl to complete it.
Education startup, Knewton is about to get a whole lot smarter. Knewton develops analytics that tailor-fit curriculum for students. But even the smartest brain and fastest computer are nothing without data points. Add massive data and machine learning and the theory is more intelligent content delivery