In the "My Future Colleague Robot" vision booklet, teachers from different countries and universities talk openly about their ideas and dreams about how their work and private lives will change over the last ten years. The reflections in the form of an essay alternate with video interviews, and summaries of students' research articles are included.
Authors: Janika Leoste, Larissa Jõgi, Maire Tuul, Tiiu Tammemäe, Meidi Sirk, Mihkel Kangur (LTI), Indrek Grauberg (ÜTI), Tõnu Viik, Aleksandra Ljalikova (TÜHI), students of Tallinn University and representatives of various parties from Estonia and abroad.
By 2021, the TLU EDUSPACE laboratory will have the capacity to offer internships introducing the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to students studying in non-ICT curricula. Behavioral models are created for simple AI robots to help understand the implementation of this type of robots.
Cooperation partners: King Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC) research group, Poppy Station, Clearbot SIA
Financer: Information Technology Foundation for Education (HITSA)
OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH ROBOTS IN THE FUTURE
CAN WE IMPROVE THE WORLDS WITH ROBOTS?
DO ROBOTS HAVE PASSIVE LEGAL CAPACITY?