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During the Disease outbreak and in the future, there will be a lot of learning. Since the pandemic has interrupted global schooling, remote learning has emerged as a viable option, depending on machine learning to accomplish its goals. Using the example of ten international science journals that speak out about artificial intelligence in education today and the future of earning, we hope to gain a better understanding of the large extend of the power of artificial intelligence in education, both during the COVID-19 period and during the future learning time frame. Additionally, in addition to evaluating 10 articles, we used an internet search engine to look for relevant material. We conducted searches using terms such as artificial intelligence, learning during a pandemic, and Machine learning, among other things. After that, we used a phenomenological technique to confirm that our results answered the research questions, which was done in accordance with a qualitative approach. Our findings can be summarized by taking into account the evidence from research and literature. Among our findings are that the detailed assessment of artificial intelligence in education, the use of AI in education, typical learning in the pandemic era, and the role of artificial intelligence (AI) disease outbreak learning are all important for both current and future residents. While statistical methods and automated based on learning jobs that are smarter than normal continue to be important, learning is becoming more automated. It helps individuals to be more concentrated on their learning opportunities and to recognize when they do not grasp a subject completely. First and foremost, the instructors provide valuable assistance throughout the assessment process of student learning outcomes.

Ara Shaikh Asmat, Kumar Anuj, Jani Kruti, Mitra Saloni, GarcĂ­a-Tadeo Diego A, Devarajan Agilandeswari


Artificial Intelligence (AI), Covid-19, E-learning, Education, Machine Learning (ML), Pandemic