2021 in Ed Tech: AI, Data Analytics Were Top Priorities - Government Technology

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Neil Heffernan, a computer science professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and lead developer of the AI-based student feedback program ASSISTments, said this projected growth is partly to do with AI’s potential to identify and address areas in need of improvement and help close achievement gaps.

He said ASSISTment’s AI feature Quick-Comments won an $8 million grant last week from the U.S. Department of Education's Education Innovation and Research program to improve its machine-learning tutoring functions.

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