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AI Injected e-Learning: The Future of Online Education – Matthew Montebello – Google Books

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This book reviews a blend of artificial intelligence (AI) approaches that can take e-learning to the next level by adding value through customization. It investigates three methods: crowdsourcing via

ICT Adoption and Application in the Malaysian Public Sector – Google Books

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Information and Communication Technologies hold great potential in facilitating public services; however, one of the main problems in applying ICT systems successfully lies in users behavior. Before