Artificial Intelligence Supports Learning
Daniele Di Mitri is convinced that feedback systems tailored to individual learners can have a positive influence on learning processes. The DIPF researcher has now been portrayed in a broadcast by Hessischer Rundfunk as one of four AI researchers from Hesse who are among this year's AI Newcomers of the Year.
Di Mitri explained that his goal is to develop various responsible AI systems. Artificial intelligence has the advantage over human teachers that it is always in use. AI systems are already being used in schools, for example to translate documents into other languages or to check grammar and style, he said.
On April 27, Daniele Di Mitri was honored at the AI Camp of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the German Informatics Society as one of ten AI Newcomers of the Year. At DIPF, he is currently establishing a research group on AI in education. In addition, he holds a lecture on this topic at the Goethe University Frankfurt.
To the radio report at hr info (Daniele Di Mitri is introduced from minute 23:36)