APPLICATION OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGIES, CROWDSOURCING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN STUDENT TRAINING
The article explored new needs in the higher education system in Russia in the context of global digitalization of society. The innovative possibilities of using the new social network technologies blockchain, big date, collective intelligence technologies, artificial intelligence in higher education were analyzed. Russian projects for their use in the practical activities of Russian teachers are considered. Based on the methods of system analysis, new guidelines in the training of specialists have been identified and characterized: the development of forms of collective creativity, participation in complex projects based on blockchain technologies, the involvement of initiative youth in the framework of crowdsourcing technologies, the development of individualized training based on artificial intelligence technologies. The modern Russian higher education system is striving to fulfill these needs, but at the moment, innovations are at the stage of pilot projects. There is a need for their wider development and mass adoption
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