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Human – Centered Artificial Intelligence in Education. The critical role of the educational community and the necessity of building a holistic pedagogical framework for the use of HCAI in education sector

Δημοσιευμένα: Ιουν 1, 2024
Panagiotes Anastasiades
Konstantinos Kotsidis
Konstantinos Stratikopoulos
Nektarios Pananakakis

The humanitarian and social aspect of artificial intelligence is the critical factor that will determine the next steps in all aspects of our daily lives, from work and transactions to education, information and entertainment. In the field of education, highlighting the human centric character of artificial intelligence is a prerequisite for the transformation of our educational systems in order to be able to respond in a critical and creative way to the demands of the new era.

This research focuses on the critical role of teachers in the course of the transition and highlighting the basic characteristics of the necessary pedagogical framework for the introduction and critical utilization of Human – Centered Artificial Intelligence in Education.

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