Online learning has many challenges, and student engagement is one of them. I wo

Online learning has many challenges, and student engagement is one of them. I would like to do my PhD in computer science and my topic is about student engagement online
When I am teaching face to face I can look at students face to face I can decide whether students are following me or not . The question is  if I teach using zoom how I do that . How I really know the students are engaged and if they are not engaged And how we can provide a help to students to be engaged. We need to develop a methodology to major student engagement in online learning . The Solution is using artificial intelligence.  Base on keyboard movement , keyboard movement.
So I will investigate the use of a few different  artificial intelligence approaches ,……  , deep learning and deep forest and I will compare between them and choose on of them

Using at least 300 words (but no more than 600), please respond to the following

Using at least 300 words (but no more than 600), please respond to the following questions:
1) The authors of this article give some praise to Botometer as a tool outside of academic applications. What are their reported downfalls of Botometer?
2) The authors point out that a potential counterargument to criticism against tools such as Botometer is that “Botometer is mainly an approximation” or “you can instead use Botometer to approximate ‘bottiness'”. In your opinion, should approximations be used to make determinations of identity, status, etc? Is it ok because we are simply dealing with bots instead of, for example, crime?
3) The authors seem optimistic that future work in this field is promising. Summarize their recommendations to other researchers for steps to take in future studies. Do you agree? What could potentially be at stake here? Imagine that your favorite social media implements a program that automatically deletes accounts that it suspects are bots. What could the potential effects be? What if this bot same bot is used for other languages/cultures/modes of communication?