June 30, 2022
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June 30, 2022


*Jeba Starwin, E., & **Bindu Gouri, V., P.

*Research Scholar, NVKSD College of Education, Attoor, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India.

**Assistant Professor, NVKSD College of Education, Attoor, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been causing quite a stir in a number of fields, including education, especially special education. Let’s explore AI in depth in this context and how it is becoming more prevalent in education. The significant effects of AI and how special education is changing dramatically as a result of it. The core of special education is an individualized, customized approach.With its sophisticated capabilities, AI has the potential to significantly personalize the learning experience. Individuals with impairments possess an equal entitlement to happiness and career success as the general public. They ought to have the freedom to work on their own, communicate with others around the world, and pick up new skills. As we continue down this path, we might anticipate a time when artificial intelligence will be crucial.


artificial intelligence, personalized learning, assistive  technology.



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Jeba Starwin, E. & Bindu Gouri, V., P. (2022). Inclusion Regardless of Ability-Ai’s Revolution. Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies, 5(2), 35-40.

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