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Emotional Intelligence and Language Teaching

2021 Journal of language research  
This paper reviews Emotional Intelligence (EI) and the development of models which focus on the individual's cognitive and non-cognitive abilities and skills.  ...  It also emphasizes the differences and similarities between the mentioned models and the value of EI in educational contexts.  ...  Stress from to Burnout and Emotional Intelligence Being exposed to a high level of stress may lead to burnout that could threaten people's physiological and psychological well-being, negatively affect  ... 
doi:10.51726/jlr.1034535 fatcat:r6qynmmmfrhojo4mbf23hvdnnm

Why Business Intelligence Needs Artificial Intelligence and advanced natural language generation.pdf

Indrasen Poola
2017 Figshare  
affairs – you will meet a small group of people who have worked very hard,often inspired by friends and family who they wanted to help.  ...  Artificial intelligencerobots are scaring us, but, they are arriving in our businesses and no one can stop this.In the world of wearable gadgets for time management and setting schedule aroundbusiness  ...  It will be very interesting to see how partnerships such as those between Narrative Science and Tableau will impact how we work with data.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5615584.v1 fatcat:ox7wlyftxnezxomwkrixhsiybu


Khalid Ahmed Hassan AHMED
2020 International Journal of Education and Language Studies  
This study aims at exploring the role of human languages in establishing solid grounds for the continuity of human creativity and intelligence.  ...  This capability of communication granted language its essential role in enhancing human beings survival and transmission of human knowledge, culture and the whole material advancement and heritage.  ...  the thing that could easily be correlated with intelligence and creativity.  ... 
doi:10.47832/2791-9323.1-1.1 fatcat:uhyvzzcqznbodf4wn3k6xopbqe

Multiple Intelligences: Language Learning and Teaching

Ali Derakhshan, Maryam Faribi
2015 International Journal of English Linguistics  
The present study reviews the effects of Multiple Intelligences (MI) on Learning English as a Foreign Language (LEFL) and the relationship between multiple Intelligences and Teaching English as a Foreign  ...  Language (TEFL).  ...  In this research we are briefly consider how the verbal linguistic intelligence involved in foreign/second language learning can be supported by the other intelligence frame work.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijel.v5n4p63 fatcat:dhjkdbvoznac3l7ey4z3qhfyda

Artificial intelligence language models and the false fantasy of participatory language policies

Mandy Lau
2021 Working papers in Applied Linguistics and Linguistics at York  
Through the participatory language work of users, linguistic diversity, accessibility, personalization, and inclusion can be increased.  ...  Artificial intelligence neural language models learn from a corpus of online language data, often drawn directly from user-generated content through crowdsourcing or the gift economy, bypassing traditional  ...  Regulating human language behaviour Interactions between artificial intelligence and humans create new forms of data that inform future human decisions and behaviours.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2564-2855.5 fatcat:fnb7riqntvfc7of4yw3j6ev4j4

Relations Between Language Learning Strategies, Language Proficiency And Multiple Intelligences

Karim Hajhashemi, Alireza Shakarami, Neil Anderson, S.Y. Yazdi-Amirkhiz, Wuying Zou
2013 Zenodo  
The theory of multiple intelligences (MI) developed by Gardner, proposes at least nine different human intelligences that are distinct and relatively autonomous human intelligences through which people  ...  Language learners' learning process, on the other hand, can be facilitated through the use of language learning strategies, particularly if the strategies have been explicitly developed by instructors  ...  INTRODUCTION Unitary general intelligence 'g' or general factor was believed to be a firm quality of human beings in the past (Williams, Zimmerman, Zumbo, & Ross, 2003) and this was understood to be  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.812290 fatcat:2hqyc5kfkfbxlde57ex7vnzxte

Non-language intelligence and language achievement among DEAF CHILDREN

George Lavos
1956 Exceptional children  
In short, they will act like human beings.  ...  EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN intelligence and language achievement among DEAF CHILDREN GEORGE LAVOS establishment of language, and (c) having learned language principles by the use of special techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001440295602200702 fatcat:f7y2rnvjtfholirwbmxun36frq

Multiple Intelligences : Theory and Second Language Learning Applications

Michael Seko
2014 The Bulletin of St.Margaret's  
In 1983's Frames of Mind, Howard Gardner wrote that human beings possess several separately definable intelligences.  ...  This paper will review literature concerning both the theory of MI, and ways in which it has been applied in second language learning and instruction.  ...  of what it means to be human.  ... 
doi:10.20707/stmlib.46.0_51 fatcat:65usvqgi7fawho2z35y77scsry

The cognitive niche: Coevolution of intelligence, sociality, and language

S. Pinker
2010 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
of no use to ancestral humans and could only be explained by intelligent design.  ...  Although Darwin insisted that human intelligence could be fully explained by the theory of evolution, the codiscoverer of natural selection, Alfred Russel Wallace, claimed that abstract intelligence was  ...  Emergence of Science and Other Abstract Endeavors Even if the evolution of powerful language and intelligence were explicable by the theory of the cognitive niche, one could ask, with Wallace, how cognitive  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.0914630107 pmid:20445094 pmcid:PMC3024014 fatcat:ykis4ijcn5cffjsomzyx4pcxvy

The Human Intelligence vs. Artificial Intelligence: Issues and Challenges in Computer Assisted Language Learning

Mohammed Abdulmalik Ali
2018 International Journal of English Linguistics  
In this study, the researchers have advocated the importance of human intelligence in language learning since software or any Learning Management System (LMS) cannot be programmed to understand the human  ...  This study thus posed a challenge to natural language processing (NLP) techniques that claimed having taught a computer how to understand the way humans learn, to understand text without any clue or calculation  ...  Bill Gates (Rawlinson, 2015) also admits that man should be aware of the threat posed by Artificial Intelligence and asserts that robots could go beyond performing menial tasks for which humans have  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijel.v8n5p259 fatcat:fdj5coh5d5h2nmherb5rjlcrai

Artificial intelligence in communication impacts language and social relationships [article]

Jess Hohenstein and Dominic DiFranzo and Rene F. Kizilcec and Zhila Aghajari and Hannah Mieczkowski and Karen Levy and Mor Naaman and Jeff Hancock and Malte Jung
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Thus, even though AI can increase communication efficiency and improve interpersonal perceptions, it risks changing users' language production and continues to be viewed negatively.  ...  Two randomized experiments (n = 1036) provide evidence that a commercially-deployed AI changes how people interact with and perceive one another in pro-social and anti-social ways.  ...  and 72517).  ... 
arXiv:2102.05756v1 fatcat:tvjuyybymfdeji52kbrq5e3dby

Language Sustainability and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Sayena Molaie
2016 Recherche et pratiques pédagogiques en langues de spécialité  
Existential intelligence is defined as the ability to be sensitive to, or have the capacity for, conceptualizing or tackling deeper and fundamental questions about human existence; questions that revolve  ...  As the continuous assessment scores are based on how active students are in the classroom and how well they perform on tasks in pair work or group activities, it can be concluded that the students in both  ... 
doi:10.4000/apliut.5423 fatcat:c6jj2cah3jdzjacxvokezz37ge

Brainish: Formalizing A Multimodal Language for Intelligence and Consciousness [article]

Paul Pu Liang
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Having a rich multimodal inner language is an important component of human intelligence that enables several necessary core cognitive functions such as multimodal prediction, translation, and generation  ...  of demonstrating intelligence on multimodal prediction and retrieval tasks on several real-world image, text, and audio datasets, we argue that such an inner language will be important for advances in  ...  for Machine Learning and Health, and no official endorsement should be inferred.  ... 
arXiv:2205.00001v3 fatcat:smz3rforbvd6fbfz3rktcwhexe

Linguistic Data Model for Natural Languages and Artificial Intelligence. Part 4. Language

O. M. Polyakov
2020 Discourse  
artificial intelligence subsystems of interaction with humans.  ...  The paper shows how, in the most general form, the formation of language structures takes place.  ...  We literally have to pronounce all the values of signs that could not find a physical analogue.  ... 
doi:10.32603/2412-8562-2020-6-2-107-114 fatcat:hd6cieycwfhzhfyeoei7bu5nq4

Multiple intelligences and language learning strategies: Investigating possible relations

Ramin Akbari, Kobra Hosseini
2008 System (Linköping)  
The present study was conducted to investigate the existence of any possible relationship between the use of language learning strategies and multiple intelligences' scores of foreign language learners  ...  Musical intelligence, however, did not correlate with any aspect of strategy use, and kinesthetic intelligence correlated only with memory learning strategies.  ...  Having the potential of being coded in symbolic systems or notations. All human beings, according to Gardner, possess all of these intelligences to a certain degree.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.system.2007.09.008 fatcat:ont2rcls55eprk74n5rtpp5egm
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