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Humanoid Robot Teachers Are Here

Humanoid Robot Teachers Are Here

Update: 2019-11-18
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Automated, AI-powered software and applications already help learners around the world gain knowledge without the help of another human. In fewer cases, developers have deployed similar technology into hardware that can move, watch, listen, record, and interact. Humanoid robot teachers have been developed and deployed in classrooms on limited bases around the world. For some, this is cause for excitement. Others are more cautious, or even deeply concerned. Two researchers from Durham University, Professors Douglas Newton and Lynn Newton, recently published an article describing the current uses and concerns of humanoid robot teachers, along with a proposed code of practice.

"Humanoid Robots as Teachers and a Proposed Code of Practice" https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feduc.2019.00125

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Humanoid Robot Teachers Are Here

Humanoid Robot Teachers Are Here

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