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The World Economic Forum predicts that by 2025, 50% of all workers worldwide will need to go through additional skill training in order to compete in the ever growing market.

The US Department of State and US Department of Defense both state that artificial intelligence is at the center of the world’s global technological revolution. According to the 2020 Department of Defense Education Strategy, “the future of AI in the Department of Defense relies on the Department’s ability to build and develop a workforce for the digital era.”

“As technology advances and economic conditions shift, so will the skills necessary for America’s workforce and our military,” said Joshua Elliott, AI Tools for Adult Learning program manager in DARPA’s Information Innovation Office. “In addition to a post-pandemic economy, the need to improve access to education and upskilling for historically marginalized learners is more important than ever. AI tutoring could dramatically improve learning success, particularly in increasingly common remote and self-directed learning environments.”

“There is a growing body of evidence that demonstrates the power of tutoring as a means to teach all learners quickly and effectively, and yet, programs that rely on human tutors are costly,” explained Elliott. “Recent advances in AI have made way for computer-based tutoring systems that use AI to personalize instruction in real time based on learner responses. These systems have the potential to drastically reduce the cost of high-quality tutoring, and therefore increase access for all learners.”

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