Brief Overview of Intelligent Education
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Keywords

Artificial intelligence
Intelligent education
Emotion analysis

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v5i8.2460

Abstract

Intelligent Education uses AI technology as a means in the education ecology to promote the automation and intelligence of education and teaching. It reshapes the education ecology, adding AI things to the traditional education ecology that dominated by teachers and students. Although IE technology is widely used, there is little discussion about a comprehensive overview of IE. The goal and connotation of IE is discussed. Meanwhile, the emotional, ethical, AI technology as well as supervision and management perspectives in IE are discussed too. The core goal of IE is putted forward that is human-oriented and individualized development of students is. Finally, the education ecology with dual-teacher collaborative in intelligence education was proposed.

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