26Jun 2024


  • CEO, Department of Business Administration, GrandEdu GmbH.
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, IIC University of Technology.
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This research focuses on how artificial intelligence education can enhance lifelong learning, personal adaptation to the learning environment, and intelligent tutoring systems. Key themes and insights were identified by conducting an exploratory review of journal articles and readings of corresponding case studies. The use of AI in education encourages innovations for learning, such as personalized learning, where faculty and instructional designers tailor the instructional content to better suit the learners needs, participation, and accomplishment. In addition, varying learning environments that change about the current moment depending on the student performance are also characterized by increased learning effectiveness. The resulting feedback is tailored to the learners needs and improves the learning experience.However, integrating artificial intelligence in course systems raises ethical and privacy concerns, which correspond to the need for strict rules for handling data and their use. Also, it is crucial to point out that interventions have the potency to overpower such negative effects, and here, the digital divide is a significant hurdle in propagating AI. This study provides specific recommendations to educators/institutions, particularly concerning improvements of AI in lifelong learning, and also presents policies to nurture such an application. The long-term influence of AI on the education system must be analysed from an ethical perspective in the future.These results demonstrate the capability of AI to revolutionize the learning process for all society therefore, they help to understand the barriers that existed during popularization for the development of AI into a tool to benefit all of society.

[Tobias Oberdieck and Enrico Moch (2024); LIFELONG LEARNING WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: POTENTIALS, CHALLENGES AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES Int. J. of Adv. Res. (Jun). 545-555] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com

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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/18915      
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/18915