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3 Incredibly Common Online Course Creation Mistakes with AI - SmartData Collective

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The market for online courses is growing sharply. It will be worth $243 billion by 2022. One of the reasons online courses are becoming more popular is that big data has made them more effective. Big data has created countless changes in recent years. It has played a very important role in the development of online courses.


Will AI replace university lecturers? Not if we make it clear why humans matter Mark Haw

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Many UK universities are struggling financially, but there's one option that is rarely discussed: replacing lecturers with artificial intelligence (AI) machines. This might sound like sci-fi – after all, the lists of occupations vulnerable to AI rarely include teaching, which is still seen as too creative for computers. But a growing database of information harvested from online courses – clickstreams, eye-tracking and even emotion-detection – could make AI lecturers a common feature in the near future. Forget robo-lecturers whirring away in front of whiteboards: AI teaching will mostly happen online, in 24/7 virtual classrooms. AI machines will learn to teach by ferreting out complex patterns in student behaviour – what you click, how long you watch, what mistakes you make, even what time of day you work best.


Will AI replace university lecturers? Not if we make it clear why humans matter Mark Haw

#artificialintelligence

Many UK universities are struggling financially, but there's one option that is rarely discussed: replacing lecturers with artificial intelligence (AI) machines. This might sound like sci-fi – after all, the lists of occupations vulnerable to AI rarely include teaching, which is still seen as too creative for computers. But a growing database of information harvested from online courses – clickstreams, eye-tracking and even emotion-detection – could make AI lecturers a common feature in the near future. Forget robo-lecturers whirring away in front of whiteboards: AI teaching will mostly happen online, in 24/7 virtual classrooms. AI machines will learn to teach by ferreting out complex patterns in student behaviour – what you click, how long you watch, what mistakes you make, even what time of day you work best.



How to Learn Machine Learning: A Complete Guide to Boost Your Career

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It's fair to say that machine learning is taking over the world. In addition, Deloitte Global predicts that the number of machine learning pilots and implementations will double in 2018 compared to 2017, and double again by 2021. These projections mean that there is also a growing demand for professionals who know the ins and outs of machine learning. If you've always wanted to enroll in a course that provides you with the practical knowledge to make your future brighter, now is the perfect time tolearn machine learning. Before getting into the different ways to learn machine learning, let's take a look at the basics of machine learning, as well as the different machine learning types and applications.