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Dogmus, Zeynep; Erdem, Esra; Patogulu, Volkan – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2015
This paper presents ReAct!, an interactive educational tool for artificial intelligence (AI) planning for robotics. ReAct! enables students to describe robots' actions and change in dynamic domains without first having to know about the syntactic and semantic details of the underlying formalism, and to solve planning problems using…
Descriptors: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Instructional Effectiveness, Outcomes of Education
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Akin, H. Levent; Meriçli, Çetin; Meriçli, Tekin – Computer Science Education, 2013
Teaching the fundamentals of robotics to computer science undergraduates requires designing a well-balanced curriculum that is complemented with hands-on applications on a platform that allows rapid construction of complex robots, and implementation of sophisticated algorithms. This paper describes such an elective introductory course where the…
Descriptors: Robotics, Computer Science Education, Undergraduate Study, Introductory Courses
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Grewal, Dhruv; Motyka, Scott; Levy, Michael – Journal of Marketing Education, 2018
The pace of retail evolution has increased dramatically, with the spread of the Internet and as consumers have become more empowered by mobile phones and smart devices. This article outlines significant retail innovations that reveal how retailers and retailing have evolved in the past several decades. In the same spirit, the authors discuss how…
Descriptors: Retailing, Marketing, Futures (of Society), Teaching Methods
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Timms, Michael J. – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 2016
This paper proposes that the field of AIED is now mature enough to break away from being delivered mainly through computers and pads so that it can engage with students in new ways and help teachers to teach more effectively. Mostly, the intelligent systems that AIED has delivered so far have used computers and other devices that were essentially…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Educational Technology, Robotics, Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Elliott, Stuart W. – OECD Publishing, 2017
Computer scientists are working on reproducing all human skills using artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics. Unsurprisingly then, many people worry that these advances will dramatically change work skills in the years ahead and perhaps leave many workers unemployable. This report develops a new approach to understanding these…
Descriptors: Computers, Artificial Intelligence, Surveys, Reading Skills
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Ishizuka, Hiroki; Kiyoshi, Akama – International Journal on E-Learning, 2014
Numerous attempts have been made to use Second Life (SL) as a platform for language teaching. As a result, the possibility of SL as a means to promote conversational interactions has been reported. However, research has thus far largely focused on simply using SL without further augmentations for communication between learners or between teachers…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Internet, Computer Mediated Communication, Second Language Learning
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Kulich, M.; Chudoba, J.; Kosnar, K.; Krajnik, T.; Faigl, J.; Preucil, L. – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2013
E-learning is a modern and effective approach for training in various areas and at different levels of education. This paper gives an overview of SyRoTek, an e-learning platform for mobile robotics, artificial intelligence, control engineering, and related domains. SyRoTek provides remote access to a set of fully autonomous mobile robots placed in…
Descriptors: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Electronic Learning, Distance Education
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Frude, Neil; Jandric, Petar – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2015
This conversation focuses on a book published in 1983 that examined "animism," the tendency to regard non-living entities as living and sentient. "The Intimate Machine" suggested that animism will be fully exploited by artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, generating artefacts that will engage the user in…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Books, Interpersonal Relationship
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Kitts, Christopher; Quinn, Neil – Journal on Educational Resources in Computing, 2004
Santa Clara University's Robotic Systems Laboratory conducts an aggressive robotic development and operations program in which interdisciplinary teams of undergraduate students build and deploy a wide range of robotic systems, ranging from underwater vehicles to spacecraft. These year-long projects expose students to the breadth of and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Engineering Education, Research and Development, Computer Interfaces
Nikelshpur, Dmitry O. – ProQuest LLC, 2014
Similar to mammalian brains, Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) are universal approximators, capable of yielding near-optimal solutions to a wide assortment of problems. ANNs are used in many fields including medicine, internet security, engineering, retail, robotics, warfare, intelligence control, and finance. "ANNs have a tendency to get…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Networks, Computation, Topology
Galatas, Georgios – ProQuest LLC, 2013
An Ambient Intelligence Environment is meant to sense and respond to the presence of people, using its embedded technology. In order to effectively sense the activities and intentions of its inhabitants, such an environment needs to utilize information captured from multiple sensors and modalities. By doing so, the interaction becomes more natural…
Descriptors: Speech, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Environment
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Smith, Linda B.; Breazeal, Cynthia – Developmental Science, 2007
What are the essential properties of human intelligence, currently unparalleled in its power relative to other biological forms and relative to artificial forms of intelligence? We suggest that answering this question depends critically on understanding developmental process. This paper considers three principles potentially essential to building…
Descriptors: Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, Child Development, Developmental Stages
Burk, Robin K. – ProQuest LLC, 2010
Computational natural language understanding and generation have been a goal of artificial intelligence since McCarthy, Minsky, Rochester and Shannon first proposed to spend the summer of 1956 studying this and related problems. Although statistical approaches dominate current natural language applications, two current research trends bring…
Descriptors: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, Databases
Simkins, Michael – Technology & Learning, 2008
Robots that can learn new behaviors. Robots that can reproduce themselves. Science fiction? Not anymore. Roboticists at Cornell's Computational Synthesis Lab have developed just such engineered creatures that offer interesting implications for education. The team, headed by Hod Lipson, was intrigued by the question, "How can you get robots to be…
Descriptors: Robotics, Research and Development, Technological Advancement, Scientific Research
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Schlesinger, Matthew – Developmental Science, 2004
The emerging field of Evolutionary Computation (EC), inspired by neo-Darwinian principles (e.g. natural selection, mutation, etc.), offers developmental psychologists a wide array of mathematical tools for simulating ontogenetic processes. In this brief review, I begin by highlighting three of the approaches that EC researchers employ (Artificial…
Descriptors: Developmental Psychology, Child Development, Artificial Intelligence, Computation
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