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How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming the Education Industry

Learning updated on  September 5, 2023 3 min read

The use of AI in classrooms has sparked polarizing opinions and an ongoing debate between those who champion the use of this technology and those who are afraid of it being misused.

However, the education sector can benefit a lot from using AI tools. When applied properly, Artificial intelligence does not replace critical thinking; it's a powerful tool that can enhance ideas and push students to think deeper and apply those thoughts to deeper learning and understanding.

AI systems are being used to close the gap between different levels of learners. There are tools to help students write (hi, that's us!), do math, work on reading comprehension, and learn languages.

Artificial intelligence is being used to aid English Language Learners so they can communicate on the same level as native speakers. Everyone deserves personalized education, and AI is helping us get there.

Personalized learning experiences

Integrating AI into the classroom gives every student universal access to information. No matter how a student learns, AI programs can show them their mistakes and work with them in a way that is conducive to their learning style.

Writing programs, games, and tutoring sites that use artificial intelligence can tailor their outputs for a specific user, ensuring that every student can learn easily and without knowledge gaps.

Intelligent tutoring systems

Tutoring can be expensive, and for low-income families or people with busy schedules, it's not even an option. However, AI tutoring programs are able to provide students with personalized learning experiences that are affordable and available anytime they need support.

AI tutoring is helping students learn on their own terms. They can receive tutoring in their own home, at any time of day, for a lower cost than a human tutor would charge.

Plagiarism detection

Plagiarism detectors (like QuillBot's Plagiarism Checker) are able to scan uploaded documents for any content that might have a duplicate source. They draw from a database of existing content (articles, journals, published papers, novels, etc.) and flag anything in the uploaded document that matches existing content.

If a student has duplicate content, they can either add a citation if there is not one already or remove the content. This will allow the student to make sure all of their content is original, and that their sources are properly attributed and cited.

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Enhanced access to education

The internet is vast, and AI can help narrow down your search online. It's easier now, more than ever, to get a specific answer to a question you have using programs like ChatGPT.

AI also helps those visually- and hearing-impaired. There are programs that can narrate visuals and read text aloud.

In addition, AI-powered translators facilitate access to documents and information in different languages, allowing students to broaden their perspectives and research.

AI use cases in education

QuillBot is a great place to start.

QuillBot has been making writing painless since 2017, and we couldn't have done it without harnessing the power of artificial intelligence. QuillBot helps writers focus on the big ideas while grammatical and structural elements can be improved as the person writes.

Scribbr is another great example of an AI tool in the education sector. Scribbr focuses on academic writing, and they revise, edit, and proofread essays.

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Artificial intelligence is creating global classrooms by building access to information regardless of location. AI is enabling students and fostering creativity, which has become increasingly important in today's ever-changing world.


Paige Pfeifer

Along with Meredith Harris

Paige teaches QuillBot writers about grammar rules and writing conventions. She has a BA in English, which she received by reading and writing a lot of fiction. That is all she knows how to do.

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