Global development of AI-based education

| November 15, 2019

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AI-based education is still developing and not yet fully mature. While AI is a hot topic, application of this technology in education industry requires longterm efforts. The initial stage of AI application in education focuses on planning and tentative exploration. Since Allen Newell and Herbert Simon from Carnegie Mellon University invented Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the 1950s, it has evolved to address problems of probabilistic and numeric nature, leading to the incorporation of approaches from mathematics.

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