"Artificial Intelligence and Robots. A Practical and Psychological Perspective" is a two-day course designed to introduce the basics of artificial intelligence and robotics. This course explores these technologies from a technical standpoint and their psychological impact on personal and professional lives. It aims to provide a foundational understanding of AI and robotics, focusing on their practical applications and the psychological implications of living and working alongside these technologies.
This course structure aims to provide a comprehensive overview of AI and robotics, balancing technical knowledge with understanding the psychological aspects of these rapidly advancing technologies.
In particular, the aims of the course are:
- To provide a basic understanding of AI and robotics history and concepts.
- To explore practical applications of AI and robots in various fields.
- To understand the psychological aspects of interacting with AI and robots.
- To develop skills for effectively integrating AI and robotics into personal and professional environments.
- To prepare participants for the future coexistence with AI and robots from both a technical and psychological perspective.
- HR professionals and managers.
- Families, including parents and children.
- Individuals interested in understanding the impact of AI and robotics on society.
- Professionals seeking to enhance their workplace with AI and robotics competencies.
Introduction: Short History of AI and Robots.
Basics of AI
- Deep Learning
- Sequence Modeling
- Computer Vision
- Generative Modeling and Applications
- Connection with AI
- Application Fields
- The Laws of Robotics
- Social Robots: Perception, Interaction, Personality, Geminoid.
- Educational and Caring Robots.
- Technologies in STE(A)M Education
- Programming for Education
- Robot-Assisted Therapy
- Elderly Care
- Psychological Aspects.
- Understanding human-robot interactions
- Personality of robots
- Developing a psychology of robots
- Exercises to engage with AI and Robots, Customized based on audience interest and technological advancements, including
- Query-prompting robots
- Language interfaces for problem-solving
- AI for office tasks
- Basics of neural networks or chatbots
The documentation used in the classroom will be made available for consultation to participants through the huract.online LMS (Learning Management System) for one year from the course date.