Artificial intelligence as Revolutionary Era in Handling Financial Burden in Education Field-A Meta-Analysis Based Study

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Huda Al-Kubaisi
Sayed Shahbal
Rubia Batool
Amna Khan


artificial intelligence, AI, Revolutionary era, financial burden, Educational field, Meta-analysis.


Background: The burdenization in education is one of the most common phenomena because the tough routine and extensive amount of knowledge based on the level of education usually affected the financial status in the education field. Introduction of the integrated circuit through artificial intelligence revealed a new era of innovation by providing effective and appropriate information without any cost.
Aim: To analyze the impact of artificial intelligence as a revolutionary in handling financial burdens in the educational field through the meta-analysis.
Method: A qualitative meta-analysis conducted from researches between 2019 and 2023 written in English language through the electronic search engine of google chrome, fire fox and Microsoft edge databases: Google Scholar, Emerald Insight, Research Gate, Science Direct, and PubMed. Keywords used in the research included: artificial intelligence, AI, revolutionary era, financial burden, educational field. Using the syntaxes as “and”, “or”, “with”, “if” etc.
Results: The outcome from the forest graph indicated that approximately 85% of the period reviewed literature population extensively supports artificial intelligence in the educational field with the limitation of burden in the educational field. The funnel graph indicated the interconnectedness of the studies regarding the particular perspective of artificial intelligence's importance.
Conclusion: The revolutionizing the new era of modernization enhances the importance of artificial intelligence to the educational field because of the spontaneous availability of all the educational requirements without greater burdenization.

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