Education is an ancient sector of our economy that has largely remained unchanged.
Artificial intelligence solutions
Each student’s digital footprint can be collected during education processes to confirm the student’s skills. From here, gaps in knowledge are detected and it confirms that a trajectory module tutor is able to efficiently transfer skills to students. This transfer is based on the students’ existing skills analysis, educational background and habits. Essentially, it holds the capacity for impeccable efficiency gains.
Transforming higher education
Artificial intelligence has the capacity to introduce personalised learning to the extraordinarily generic syllabus that exists today. AI gives students personal development pathways based on their digital footprint. In other words, AI can more accurately than humans, draw out the students skills and capabilities, which should be developed and enhanced. As a result of this model of learning, the future of the digital economy can anticipate a more refined and expert workforce.
Collaboration on the blockchain
Another dimension of using AI innovations in universities will be implementing the use of blockchain technology. This will revolutionise the way universities operate and will welcome institutions to share and collaborate with each other securely.
The international digital ecosystem heavily depends on the inclusion of universities contributing to the building and maintenance of that system. Through developing sound data-driven management, constant renewal of the educational program’s core based on students’ reactions, digitalisation of the environment that requires new skills, and fruitful collaboration across universities.
Reviving the standard of higher education
The power of artificial intelligence in education
In the 1960s and 1970s, pursuing higher education was a minority choice. By 2018, more than 2.3 million students had enrolled at higher education institutions in the UK alone. As with the changing demographics of university students, the economy has changed drastically too. A saturated workforce and an economy making continuous digital progress has the potential to thrive- but only with specialised and proficient personnel.
The education process using artificial intelligence is expected to produce a different calibre of skilled students, thus reinstating institution credibility. The number of university students can therefore increase, whilst simultaneously producing a higher number of specialised graduates.