Paradigm Shift in Human-Machine Interaction: A New Learning Framework for Required Competencies in the Age of Artificial Intelligence?

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Abstract

Smart machines (e.g., chatbots, social robots) are increasingly able to perform cognitive tasks and become more compatible with us. What are the implications of this new situation for the competency requirements in the 21st century? This paper evaluates the underlying paradigm shift with relation to smart machines in education. It discusses the potentials and current limitations of smart machines in education in order to eliminate prejudices and to contribute to a more comprehensive picture of the technological advances. In light of human augmentation, the paper further proposes a possible learning framework that includes the human-smart machine relationship as a normative orientation for new competency requirements.

Authors Burkhard, Michael; Seufert, Sabine & Guggemos, Josef
Language English
Subjects computer science
information management
social sciences
education
HSG Classification contribution to scientific community
HSG Profile Area SoM - Business Innovation
Date January 2021
Place of Publication Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computer Supported Education (CSEDU)
Volume Volume 1
Page Range 294-302
Official URL http://dx.doi.org/10.5220/0010473302940302
Depositing User M.A. Michael Burkhard
Date Deposited 24 Sep 2021 08:33
Last Modified 24 Sep 2021 08:33
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/264467

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Burkhard, Michael; Seufert, Sabine & Guggemos, Josef: Paradigm Shift in Human-Machine Interaction: A New Learning Framework for Required Competencies in the Age of Artificial Intelligence? [Conference or Workshop Item]

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