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Kotenko V.V., Lutsenko N.O. Prospects for application of artificial intelligence technologies in linguistics at initial stage of learning

УDOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p231-235
 
Prospects for application of artificial intelligence technologies in linguistics at initial stage of learning
Vladimir Viktorovich Kotenko, the senior teacher, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow; Nikita Olegovich Lutsenko, the candidate of political sciences, senior teacher, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Abstract
Artificial intelligence is widely used in various areas of human life: the financial, economic, communication, etc. One of the most promising areas is the implementation of the solutions in teaching of the foreign languages. The purpose of the study is to identify the prospects for implementing solutions based on artificial intelligence in five practical areas: the speech recognition, knowledge management, automatic translation of texts, creation of electronic dictionaries, optical character recognition, use of the solutions in teaching foreign languages. Methodology and organization of the research: the approaches of foreign and Russian researchers to the applicability of solutions based on artificial intelligence in these areas are analyzed, and the effectiveness and degree of development of existing solutions is determined.
Conclusions: artificial intelligence solutions have significant potential for teaching foreign languages in non-linguistic specialties in Russian universities.
Keywords: artificial intelligence, speech recognition, automatic translation, electronic dictionaries, knowledge management.
 
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Contact information: VVKotenko@fa.ru, lutsenkono_msu@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 20.04.2020
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