Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance and transform numerous industries, revolutionising the way we create, design, and innovate. A significant branch of AI that has the ability to generate original and realistic content, ranging from text, images, music, video, or even interactive experiences, is generative AI. This advancement has opened up many new avenues for creative expression and problem-solving across many fields.
As generative AI is slowly taking over many businesses, education is no exception. In the realm of education, generative AI holds immense potential to revolutionise education by providing educators with powerful tools to enhance learning experiences and foster student engagement. While generative AI in education is still in its infancy stage, as technology advances, we expect to see the AI algorithm adapt learning content in real-time, allowing students to progress at their own pace. With the intelligent AI-powered virtual tutors, students can receive individualised support, whereas educators can monitor their students’ progress and identify their level of knowledge.
Google GEN AI (Generative AI) can help education in a number of ways, including:
Personalised learning: Google GEN AI can be used to create personalised learning experiences for students by adapting the content and teaching methods to each student's individual needs and abilities. This can help students learn more effectively and efficiently.
Adaptive assessment: Google GEN AI can be used to create adaptive assessments that can automatically adjust the difficulty of questions based on a student's performance. This can help ensure that students are challenged but not overwhelmed, and that they are getting the most out of their assessments.
Virtual tutoring: Google GEN AI can be used to create virtual tutors that can provide students with real-time feedback and support. This can be especially helpful for students who may not have access to in-person tutoring.
Curriculum design: Google GEN AI can be used to design and organise curriculum materials, including syllabi, lesson plans, and assessments. This can help ensure that the curriculum is aligned with the needs of students and that it is delivered in a way that is engaging and effective.
Accessibility: Google GEN AI can be used to create accessible educational materials for students with disabilities. This can help ensure that all students have the opportunity to learn and succeed.
Awantec’s partnership with Google offers an array of services, not just focusing on cloud migration and security, work transformation but also Google’s own generative AI, Google Bard. Bard, built on the language model PaLM 2 (Pathways Language Model 2) and Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA) technology, is designed with the aim to provide more natural language queries and comprehensive search, unlike the search engine that only focuses on keywords. Bard is trained to comprehend prompts as it uses natural language processing and handles queries with human-like answers, meaning conversationally.
Although there is a similarity in services between Bard and ChatGPT, where users type in a query to receive a human-like response, the main difference between these two AI-powered chatbots is the data source.
Bard collects information from the internet, therefore, it has the latest information, which means Bard has more data to gather information in real time by accessing the latest research compared to ChatGPT and other AI-powered chatbots that have limited data sources.
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