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A Survey of Artificial Intelligence Techniques Employed for Adaptive Educational Systems within E-Learning Platforms

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Why Are We Afraid of Artificial Intelligence (Ai)?

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Innovative Devops for Artificial Intelligence

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A “psychopathic” Artificial Intelligence: the possible risks of a deviating AI in Education

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Towards Artificial Intelligence. Sociological Reflections on the Relationship Man - Organization - Device

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Artificial Intelligence in Knowledge Management: Overview and Trends

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Artificial Intelligence as a Means to Moral Enhancement

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Artificial intelligence methods in diagnostics of analog systems

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Organizational knowledge management with Big Data. The foundation of using artificial intelligence

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Application of Artificial Intelligence in Investment Banks

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