Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Research

Learn to use AI Based Tools like ChatGPT and Google Bard for Research

The tutorial is a step by step guide on how to use different AI tools for research.

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What is it All About?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the way we research and learn. AI-powered tools are now being used to automate tasks, analyze data, and generate insights that would have been impossible to achieve just a few years ago.

This page explores the many ways that AI is being used in research today. We will discuss how AI is being used to:

  • Automate tasks: AI can be used to automate many of the tedious and time-consuming tasks that are involved in research, such as data collection, analysis, and literature review. This frees up researchers to focus on more creative and strategic work.
  • Analyze data: AI can be used to analyze large datasets that would be impossible to analyze manually. This allows researchers to identify patterns and trends that would have been invisible to them before.
  • Generate insights: AI can be used to generate insights from data. This can help researchers to understand complex problems and develop new solutions.

We will also discuss some of the challenges that are associated with using AI in research, such as the need for large datasets and the potential for bias. However, we believe that the benefits of AI for research outweigh the challenges. AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we research and learn, and we are excited to see how it will be used in the years to come.

Video Tutorials

The Playlist has several different videos on how to use ChatGPT and Google Bard for Research Purposes.

  • Learn to use the AI tools (ChatGPT and Google Bard)
  • for Literature Review and solve the problem of Incorrect Reference provided by ChatGPT
  • to write the research introduction and search relevant theory
  • to learn SPSS and statistical output
  • to report results
  • to search for research Gaps and design a research framework
  • to find research questionnaire to measure the constructs in the study