Research Progress and Prospect of Artificial Intelligence Education in China: Statistical Analysis Based on CNKI Journal Literature

Meichu HUANG, Yubao LI

Abstract


In recent years, the combination of artificial intelligence and all walks of life has gradually become a social hot spot. The in-depth integration of artificial intelligence technology and education has had a profound impact on the traditional educational concept, educational system and teaching mode, and has become a key issue in China for some time to come. In this paper, the core journals in the field of artificial intelligence education in China in recent 30 years are statistically studied. This paper sorts out its publications, research institutions, subject distribution, research levels, fund projects, highly cited papers and high-yield authors in detail. The research status and hot spots in the main fields of artificial intelligence education are summarized and discussed, and the future research trends are considered, in order to provide reference for the follow-up research.


Keywords


Artificial intelligence education; Research review; Future expectations

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11973

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