Hoy traemos a este espacio el último número de iJET International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) This interdisciplinary journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of technology enhanced learning. So it aims to bridge the gap between pure academic research journals and more practical publications. So it covers the full range from research, application development to experience reports and product descriptions. Readers don't have to pay any fee. Vol 14, No 06 (2019) Table of Contents Papers Setting Up and Implementation of the Parallel Computing Cluster in Higher Education Meruert Serik, Nursaule Karelkhan, Jaroslav Kultan, Zhandos Zulpykhar Design and Implementation of Web-Based English Autonomous Learning System A Semantic Distances-Based Approach for a Deeply Indexing of Learning Objects Kamal El Guemmat, Sara Ouahabi Design of Students' Spoken English Pronunciation Training System Based on Computer VB Platform Application of 3D Visualization in Landscape Design Teaching Wenbo Jiang, Yuan Zhang Application of Artificial Intelligence in Autonomous English Learning among College Students Application of Computer Data Analysis Technology in the Development of a Physical Education Examination Platform Fan Cheng, Yiwei Yin Data Mining-based Design and Implementation of College Physical Education Performance Management and Analysis System Yimeng Fan, Yu Liu, Haosong Chen, Jianlong Ma A Novel Machine Translation Method based on Stochastic Finite Automata Model for Spoken English Accelerating Qurán Reading Fluency through Learning Using QURÁNI Application for Students with Hearing Impairments Yusuf Hanafi, Heppy Jundan Hendrawan, Ilham Nur Hakim Short Papers The Effect of Presenting Anomalous Data on Improving Student's Critical Thinking Ability Saiful Prayogi, Muhali Muhali, Sri Yuliyanti, Muhammad Asy'ari, Irham Azmi, Ni Nyoman Sri Putu Verawati Highly Efficient English MOOC Teaching Model Based on Frontline Education Analysis The Development of Digital Book of European History to Shape the Students' Democratic Values Ulfatun Nafiáh, Mashuri Mashuri, Daya Negri Wijaya International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383 (leer más...) Fuente: [iJET ]
The wait is over: artificial intelligence (AI) is here. And despite apocalyptic predictions about workers being replaced by intelligent machines, leading organizations are taking a new tack: actively searching for strategies to integrate AI into teams to produce transformative business results. These "superteams" hold the promise of enabling organizations to reinvent themselves to create new value and meaning, while giving workers the potential to reinvent their careers in ways that help increase their value to the organization and their own employability. For organizations that still view AI mainly as an automation tool to reduce costs, connecting their AI initiatives with their efforts to craft more effective teams is a first step toward enabling humans and machines to work together in new, more productive ways. The Readiness Gap: Fifty-nine percent of organizations say the redesign of jobs to integrate AI technology is important or very important for their success over the next 12 to 18 months, but only 7 percent say they are very ready to address this trend.
This article is contributed by Internet Creations, a professional services organization based in New Jersey, and a Salesforce partner with 11 support agent and sales apps on the AppExchange. During my career, I've learned the value of creating experiences that help keep stress levels down -- to anticipate what people may need before they have a problem. When the founder of Internet Creations asked me to take on the role of CEO shortly after COVID-19 hit, I knew this leadership approach would be more important than ever during the crisis. What fears might employees and customers have? How can we proactively solve them?
Hoy traemos a este espacio el último número Vol 14, No 19 (2019) del International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) This interdisciplinary journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of technology enhanced learning. So it aims to bridge the gap between pure academic research journals and more practical publications. So it covers the full range from research, application development to experience reports and product descriptions.
From drones for food delivery and robots for automation to COVID-19 contact tracing apps, and online education learning platforms, we've seen a great acceleration in adoption of different technologies in the past few months. Technology has been a great pillar of strength during the pandemic and it's also going to help redefine the post COVID-19 world. Now, different businesses and industries will benefit from different technologies, but there are some common ones that are likely to dominate the world after COVID-19. Nuff said, let's take a look at some of the tech trends that are likely to see a surge in adoption post COVID-19. We know this one's too obvious but that's for a reason - AI is playing a massive role in helping us all get through the pandemic and it will see a greater adoption after the pandemic is over.
As the B2B (Business-to-Business) sales landscape has evolved, it offers the opportunity to harness the value of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in contact centers. In-house sales teams using CRM in the call center now have access to a wide range of automation and AI solutions that reduce costs and generate efficiencies that can increase sales closing rates. In fact, Gartner predicts that by 2020, 30% of all B2B companies will use Artificial Intelligence to augment at least one of their main sales processes. To do this, you first have to know what AI solutions to invest in, and how those investments can work with the proper integration of a CRM (Customer Relationship Management). They are two fundamental aspects to use them successfully and achieve a high ROI (Return On Investment). It is a connection between the CRM system and the software of a call center that automatically transfers data so that each system, and the people and processes that use it, work better.
Digital transformation today is still about organization and standardization, but it's also about automation. In fact, post-Covid-19, it will be much more about automation than functional standardization. While enterprise applications vendors (like SAP) and ERP vendor enablers (like UiPath) are investing heavily in automation, the most automated companies will move past their enterprise applications to functionality that's increasingly automated outside of older application architectures.
Hoy traemos a este espacio esta conferencia titulada: "AI in Education: Transforming Education using Personalised Adaptive Learning" by Amar Lalwani #ODSC impartida en Agosto de 2019 en Begaluru, India There has been a significant rise in the gross enrolment ratio of the students in public schools over the past few decades. However, there is a decline in their learning outcomes, which results from staff crunch, crowded classrooms and insufficient infrastructure. Moreover, students are learning less as they move to higher classes. National Achievement Survey - 2017 shows that the national average score of a grade 8 student was barely 40% in Maths, Science and Social Studies. The survey also highlights the fact the country is short of at least 10 lakhs qualified teachers.
Identifying the total value generated by a customer in the entire customer life cycle would help companies in business campaigns and in other activities. So naturally Customer Relationship Management (CRM) becomes a key element of modern marketing strategies. The cost of acquiring new customers is high, so companies are spending more on customer loyalty and retention. Identifying the total value generated by a customer in the entire customer life cycle would help companies in business campaigns and in other activities. So naturally Customer Relationship Management (CRM) becomes a key element of modern marketing strategies.
Daphne Koller is best known as the cofounder of Coursera, the open database for online learning that launched in 2012. But before her work on Coursera, she was doing something much different. In 2000, Koller started working on applying machine learning to biomedical data sets to understand gene activity across cancer types. She put that work on hold to nurture Coursera, which took many more years than she initially thought it would. She didn't return to biology until 2016 when she joined Alphabet's life science research and development arm Calico.