Volume 1 number 1 (05)

NEUROSCIENCE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AS A COGNITIVE REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION

Pages 39-43

DOI 10.61552/JAI.2024.01.005

ORCID Elena Shirinkina, ORCID Bezhan Sobirov


Abstract The relevance of the research is due to the fact that today's advances in cognitive sciences have led to a real cognitive revolution: we understand more and more how our brains work, including how our brains learn. And while this understanding alone does not yet guarantee the most effective learning solutions, it is proving useful for optimizing educational environments and processes. From a neuroscientist's point of view, education is not a mechanical accumulation of skills, but a work with cognitive resources, including an attempt to increase them. Education is increasingly using knowledge about the brain to build educational processes, but this knowledge alone does not guarantee the creation of the most effective learning solutions. Understanding neurodevelopmental activity can serve as a motivator for educators to teach effectively. The aim of the research is to present effective artificial intelligence tools at different stages of educational design.

Keywords: Neuroscience, education, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, learning processes, educational environments, effectiveness.

Recieved: 07.02.2024. Revised: 19.03.2024. Accepted: 23.03.2024.

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