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    Autor: Michal Bizoň, Slávka Drozdová

    In: Disputationes Scientificae Universitatis Catholicae in Ružomberok

    ISSN: 1335-9185

    Ročník: 23

    Číslo: 4

    Strany: 13-28

    Rok vydania: 2023

    Vydavateľ: VERBUM – vydavateľstvo Katolíckej univerzity v Ružomberku

    Abstract: Robots are used in many different fields today, including education. For example, students are introduced to technology through their programming. In non-technical education, robots are used as teaching aids. In assistive robotics, they are used for students' cognitive development. However, robots can also be used in the role of teachers. Experiments have already been conducted in this regard. However, with existing technologies, robots cannot yet be fully autonomous. General (strong) AI cannot replace human teachers today. Nevertheless, it is interesting and important to consider such possibilities. Robots may be able to teach the curriculum more effectively and have much more information at their disposal than human teachers, but can and should we leave the moral education of students to them? After all, the educational process is more than just imparting knowledge. For human being, as a biological species, it is very important to be in contact with other humans, so it is important that the interpersonal teacher-student relationship be part of the educational process. The aim of the study is to draw attention to the topic of the use of artificial intelligence in education with an emphasis on its ethical and axiological dimension. Rather than giving a complete overview of the problem of AI in education, it is intended to stimulate discussion in our region.

    Keywords: Robot. Teacher. Education. Moral education. Future.


    BIZOŇ, Michal, DROZDOVÁ, Slávka. Robotizácia, umelá inteligencia a budúcnosť učiteľskej profesie. In: Disputationes Scientificae Universitatis Catholicae in Ružomberok [online]. Ružomberok: VERBUM – vydavateľstvo Katolíckej univerzity v Ružomberku, 2023, 23 (4), s. 13-28. ISSN 1335-9185. Dostupné na internete: https://doi.org/10.54937/dspt.2023.23.4.13-28