Managing Educational Systems and Sector in the Context of Artificial Intelligence: An Overview

by Kiran Lata Dangwal
Associate Professor, Department of Education, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India


Dangwal, K. L. (2023). Managing Educational Systems and Sector in the Context of Artificial Intelligence: An Overview. In P.K. Paul, S. Sharma, E. Roy Krishnan (Eds.), Advances in Business Informatics empowered by AI & Intelligent Systems (pp 161-172). CSMFL Publications.


Technology has always played a significant role in the evolution and development of societies everywhere. Artificial intelligence is emerging as the next game changer in the field of technology. It is the simulation of human cognitive processes by computers, specifically computer systems. The use of artificial intelligence might considerably improve the overall functioning of the educational system. The key goals of integrating artificial intelligence in educational management and administration are to improve educational and administrative quality. In the classroom, virtual and augmented reality provides students and teachers with real-time teaching and learning experiences. There is an urgent need to expand educational access, provide technical support and guidance to universities, and include provisions for technology-based online learning management systems that support lifelong learning, as well as online administration and management activities that meet the needs of researchers and academicians. The current paper describes how AI can automatically change existing administrative and management systems at the institutional level, as well as electronically modifies traditional teaching and learning techniques by seamlessly integrating with E-learning technology and online Learning Management Systems.

Keywords: Technological Era, Artificial Intelligence, Educational System, Global learners, Educational Management and Administration

This work is a part of: Advances in Business Informatics empowered by AI & Intelligent Systems (Eds. P.K. Paul, Sushil Sharma, Edward Roy Krishnan)

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