«Scientific development of artificial intelligence in education»

Date

26-02-2021

Speakers

Antonio José Moreno Guerrero and José Antonio Marín Marín

Abstract

The social and technological changes that society is undergoing in this century are having a global influence on such important aspects as the economy, healthcare and education. An example of this is the inclusion of artificial intelligence in the teaching-learning processes. This paper will analyze the most relevant scientific literature in the educational field related to artificial intelligence. In addition, the projection that artificial intelligence has acquired in the scientific literature in the educational field will be presented, analyzing the main lines of research established and the main topics related to it, with the intention of offering lines of future work.

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Authors' Biography

Antonio José Moreno Guerrero

Antonio José Moreno Guerrero has a PhD in the Department of Didactics, School Organization and Special Didactics, within the Program of Didactic Models, Interculturality and Application of New Technologies in Educational Institutions by the National University of Distance Education, a degree in Psychopedagogy and a Diploma in Special Education and Hearing and Language by the University of Granada. He also has a Master's Degree in Educational Informatics and a Master's Degree in Educational Inspection and Supervision, both obtained from the National University of Distance Education. Member of the AREA research group (HUM-672). Author of several scientific publications in high impact scientific journals, lectures at various international conferences, speaker at teacher training courses and university extension.

José Antonio Marín Marín

 

 

Graduated in Teaching, specialization in Primary Education, Degree in Pedagogy and PhD in the University of Granada. He has worked as an Educational Guidance Counselor with pre-school, primary and secondary education students for 18 years. In addition, he has been an Associate Professor at the International Postgraduate School of the University of Granada for eight years. He is currently a Doctoral Assistant Professor in the Department of Didactics and School Organization at the University of Granada. He belongs to the Research Group "Analysis of Educational Reality" (AREA) of the University of Granada and is a member of the Spanish Society of Pedagogy. He has made several stays abroad in Higher Education institutions. He is the author of several publications in the field of Educational Sciences, as well as of articles in prestigious journals. His areas of work are educational guidance, active methodologies in teaching, internet addiction, educational technology and teacher training.

 

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