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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 3186-3192

Harnessing Artificial Intelligence in Education for Preparing Learners for the 21st Century

Faisal Rehman Channa, Dr Pir Suhail Ahmed Sarhandi, Firdous Bugti, Dr Habibullah Pathan.


Artificial intelligence (AI) learning systems have the potential to help learners cope with the demands of future work requirements. Learning with AI systems can usher students to develop 21st-century skills more effectively by providing individualized, engaging, flexible and inclusive learning environments. AI in education (AIEd)has been advantageous in maximizing student learning outcomes and can prepare students to thrive and contribute to the growing knowledge society and the future of automation. This paper provides a discussion of the 21st-century skills and some flaws in the current education system to help students develop advanced skills. It also briefly elaborates the concept of AIEd concerning the development of 21st-century competencies. Highlighting the existing application of AI learning tools and their potential, the paper explains their advantages in helping students develop the skills. Before concluding, it discusses some limitations of the learning systems.

Key words: 21st Century Skills, Artificial Intelligence Learning Systems, Artificial Intelligence in Education, Current Education System.

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