A Three-Level Model of Action for Analyzing AI and Models of Learning in Data-Based AI

Document Type : Primary Research paper


1 Director, Dark Horse Analytics Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad, India

2 Associate professor & Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, KITS, India


AI can enable new ways of learning, teaching and education, and it may also change the society in ways that pose new challenges for educational institutions. It may amplify skill differences and polarize jobs, or it may equalize opportunities for learning. The classical planning representation talks about what to do, and in what order, but the representation cannot talk about time: how long an action takes and when it occurs. For example, the planners, could produce a schedule for an airline that says which planes are assigned to which flights, but we really need to know departure and arrival times as well. This is the subject matter of scheduling. This paper provides a three-level model of action for analyzing AI and Models of learning in data-based AI.


Volume 11, Issue 1
International Virtual Conference, Recent Materials for, Engineering Applications and Sustainable Environment, December 2020.
May 2020
Pages 588-596