14 August 2020 Artificial Intelligence (AI) has changed the world over the past few years. Last year it was revealed that Artificial Intelligence in education will remain one of the top industries to drive investment, with the U.S. and China becoming the top key players by 2030. Major companies, like Google and IBM, are getting involved in making school education more progressive and innovative. Next year, education professionals expect the impact of AI to grow even more, bringing more benefits on top of what educators can already implement in the classroom. The application of new technologies from the field of AI has the capability of transforming education but that there will be more hype than results in the short run, much like the case of other transformative educational technologies in the past. Researchers launched a trend of developing the algorithm based on AI that will help students determine their future career paths and college education options. However, when faced with these algorithms an issue that still remains one of the important one is related to data collection and transparency. The issue of non-protected digital privacy still remains a complexity in education, as the data are collected from millions of students. More research should be done to secure the private data of both students and teachers, who use devices based on AI. The adoption of AI for learning purposes can bring several benefits. For example, AI-powered personalized learning approaches are enabling educators to tailor learning pathways to individual students. Institutions are using AI to enhance the campus experience and enable self-service capabilities. Traditionally, video lectures, discussion groups, and other high-velocity online learning content has been cost-prohibitive for transcription and translation at scale. AI based translation, transcription, and text-to-speech services provide accurate and low-cost options to make content accessible to students around the world. AI is moving out of the computer science department across all research disciplines. AI is improving content search and discovery for scientific and research document repositories. Furthermore, students have the education at any time, as AI-based applications provide an opportunity to study in free time, spending ten or fifteen minutes. Additionally, the students can get feedback from tutors in a real-time mode. These applications bring various options due to the students’ needs. AI-based solutions can adapt due to the students’ level of knowledge, interesting topics, and so on. The system tends to help students with their weak sides. It offers learning materials based on their weaknesses. For example, the student does the test before starting to use the app; the app analyzes it and provides suitable tasks and courses. Besides, AI-based platforms offer virtual mentors to track the students’ progress. Of course, only human teachers can understand the scholars’ needs better, but it’s good to get instant feedback from the virtual tutor. Different training courses allow seeing the gaps in students’ knowledge. As a result, the tutor has an opportunity to pay attention to the demanded topic. Various AI-enabled algorithms can analyze the users’ knowledge and interests and provide more personalized recommendations and training programs. Educational platforms have a lot of teachers, so the student has an opportunity to communicate with specialists from other countries. The AI-enabled educational platform offers appropriate tutors, depending on the teaching experience and soft skills. The education domain offers a lot of opportunities to integrate and use AI. The market already has several great solutions for adults, children, tutors, and even schools. AI-based applications can analyse an enormous amount of information, offering users more personalized learning materials.