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Addressing Disadvantage in the Future of Learning: AI's Impact, Issues, and Challenges

The integration of AI into education has transformed learning methods and outcomes, promising personalized learning and broader access. Yet, concerns are rising over exacerbating educational disparities, especially for disadvantaged students. This abstract examines AI's impact on learning's future, focusing on challenges for disadvantaged groups. Primary issues include the risk of deepening existing inequalities due to limited access to technology, digital literacy gaps, and unequal resource distribution. Algorithmic bias in AI systems may reinforce stereotypes and disadvantage certain student groups, while reliance on AI assessments raises ethical concerns regarding privacy and data security, particularly for vulnerable students. Addressing these challenges demands an inclusive, ethical approach prioritizing equity, inclusivity, and policy frameworks to ensure fair access to AI-driven education for all.

"Service Quality of Cellular Mobile Service Operators in Sri Lanka -A comparative analysis of customer satisfaction"

Sri Lanka has witnessed a substantial increase in mobile phone penetration, with a large portion of the population owning a mobile device. According to the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka (TRCSL), the mobile penetration rate reached around 134% by the end of 2021, indicating that there are more mobile connections than there are people in the country. Alongside mobile phone usage, internet penetration in Sri Lanka has also been increasing steadily. Mobile broadband has seen significant growth in recent years, driven by the expansion of 4G and 5G networks. According to the TRCSL, the number of broadband connections in Sri Lanka surpassed 11 million by the end of 2021. The adoption of smartphones has been a key driver of mobile internet usage in Sri Lanka. With the availability of affordable smartphones and improved network infrastructure, more Sri Lankans are accessing the internet and using mobile apps for various purposes, including communication, entertainment, and e-commerce.

"Unraveling the Economic Crisis: Understanding the Causes of Sri Lanka's Financial Distress"

Sri Lanka, once hailed as an emerging economy, now grapples with a severe economic crisis marked by global concern and internal turmoil. This abstract explores the intricate factors driving the nation's financial downturn. The crisis is rooted in both domestic mismanagement and external pressures. Political instability, corruption, and inconsistent economic policies have weakened Sri Lanka's fiscal foundation, exacerbated by structural issues like bloated public sector spending and inefficiencies in state-owned enterprises. Mounting debt from costly infrastructure projects and the global economic slowdown, worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, further strain the nation's finances. Governance failures and a lack of foresight hinder much-needed reforms, eroding investor confidence and exacerbating capital flight. Addressing the crisis necessitates bold reforms, effective governance, and international cooperation to stabilize the economy and promote sustainable growth.

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