Artificial Intelligence: Annotated Bibliography

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Hector Garcia Professor Sullivan English 102 2 November 2015 Artificial Intelligence: Annotated Bibliography Wallace, Brian. "The Economic Impact of Artificial Intelligence [INFOGRAPHIC]." Social Media Today. Social Media Today, 21 May 2013. Web. 01 Nov. 2015. Artificial Intelligence has been a positive impact in the working field by being trained in less than thirty minutes to have common sense and adapt to the environment. In 2011, there was a sale hit of $8.5 billion worth of industrial robots sold. There is currently about 1.1 million working robots in the workforce reducing the delivery time by 20 percent.Due to automation and robotics, around five million jobs exist with 300,000 people estimated to already be employed in industrial robotics.…show more content…
The article was general and keeping the topic narrow to one section on the many I plan to cover. It was short and simple stating facts backed up by facts proving that the AI is making a positive impact. Davydenko, Ekaterina A. "National Association for the Education of African American Children with Learning Disabilities (NAEAACLD)." SpringerReference (2011): n. pag. Artificial Intelligence in Education of Children with Learning Disabilities. Ekaterina A. Davydenko, Nov. 2012. Web. 1 Nov. 2015. In this article, Ekaterina A. Davydenko talks about the positive results artificial intelligence gives children with learning disabilities. Hybrid techniques give better results, but still lack some accuracy in diagnosing kids with learning disabilities. Some of the hybrid techniques that are used are LifeisGame, it’s a computer software that has four main activities: facial recognition expression, build facial expression, play with an avatar that mimics child’s expression and identify appropriate facial expression for real life situations. This is to help kids with ASD in recognizing facial expression recognition. Software used for learning uses cognitive procedures and recognizes strengths and weaknesses and uses the knowledge to highlight on a thinking process rather than learning by example traditional teaching…show more content…
With decades of research, it came to a conclusion that not all students learn the same way. Jeremy Roschelle is co-director of the Center for Technology in Learning at SRI International. In his research, he examines the classroom use of innovations that enhance learning difficult ideas in mathematics and science. Chad Lane has a Ph.D. and M.S. in computer science and wants to create educational technology that will compelling and engaging. This article fits with my research because it talks about the positive outcome artificial intelligence can have in the educational field. It is fairly simple to read and was helpful by proving the positive impact. It address the pros and cons about the educational AI that could be used to help students with courses they are having difficulties

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