• Abstract

    According to several international journals, artificial intelligence in education (AIET) is a more recent field in the educational sector. Even though it has been there for close to 30 years, educators are still confused about how to utilize it pedagogically on a larger scale and how it may have a substantial impact on teaching and learning as per SDG-4 Indicator 4.4.1, which tracks the proportion of educators and academia with the necessary information technology skills, putting them on the road to better employment and understanding Education 4.0. This article postulates a review of the impacts of AI in education and briefs the number of published studies in the area of AI in education, which has expanded as a result of the growing usage of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in education. However, extensive evaluations have been conducted to fully study the numerous facets of this topic. This study seeks to address this gap by utilizing PRISMA to detect trends and issues relevant to AI applications in education (AIET) based on publications from 2000 to 2022. The review's findings show that the academic community is becoming more interested in applying AI to education. The primary research questions covered in this study are those related to the origin: Rise in AI, Importance, and Impact of AI on Education Technology, as well as related areas such as intelligent tutoring systems for education AI challenges in the education sector, and future scope of AI and ChatGPT-3 in higher education.

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Jain, K., & Raghuram, J. N. V. (2023). Unlocking potential: The impact of AI on education technology. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7(3), 2024049. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024049
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