OUR WHITE PAPERS
Defining Adaptive Learning – Behind the Scenes
We don’t all learn in the same way. We all employ different methods of learning, revising and acquiring knowledge and skills. It may seem like a platitude, but ultimately, we all have different aptitudes and learning preferences. This can make one field of study appear more interesting to us than another, and this preference can vary greatly between ourselves and our peers.
How to respond to these challenges? This is something we will look at throughout the course of this white paper, which aims to explore the concept of adaptive learning and how data analysis can be applied in order to yield better learning outcomes for individuals.
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What about Artificial Intelligence
The term Artificial Intelligence (AI) covers a wide scientific domain. It is also a buzz word which is used with different meanings according to the context.
In 1955, John McCarthy , one of the fathers of AI, is the first one to use this term, and offers the following definition: “For the present purpose the artificial intelligence problem is taken to be that of making a machine behave in ways that would be called intelligent if a human were so behaving”.