5 Benefits Of Artificial Intelligence In eLearning

| December 17, 2019

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a term that refers to machines, especially computer systems that simulate human intelligence processes. Here are 5 benefits of using AI in eLearning. Want to be able to interact with an instructor in your native language? This is practically not possible unless the instructor speaks your language. But with an AI assistant integrated into your eLearning course, you can ask questions in your native language.

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