Artificial Intelligence and Its Potential as an Aid to Vocational Training and Education

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European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, 1988 - Artificial intelligence - 101 pages
This document contains a series of papers which attempt to de-mystify the subject of artificial intelligence and to show how some countries in the European Community (EC) are approaching the promotion of development and application of artificial intelligence systems that can be used as an aid in vocational training programs, as well as to stimulate discussion and an exchange of information throughout the EC. The six papers included in the report are "Artificial Intelligence and Training--An Initial Assessment" (I. Aleksander); "Artificial Intelligence and Education--Some Lines of Reflection" (M. Vivet); "Expert Systems in Training" (D. Kerr); "Artificial Intelligence Applications to Learning" (J. Gillingham); "Modeling an Automatic Tutor by Dynamic Planning--An Automatic Tutor Integrated in an Intelligent Computer-Aided Instruction System" (M. Fernandez de Castro, A. Sanchez, and M. Maillo); and "Tutorial Expert Systems Project" (P. Lees). (KC)

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