Skill Development through Artificial Cognitive Systems and Social Robotics Applied at Tech-Education


  • Rodrigo F. Souza Federal University of Sao Paulo - UNIFESP - Brazil
  • Walter T. Lima Jr Federal University of Sao Paulo - UNIFESP - Brazil



Artificial Intelligence, Human-Robot Interaction, Artificial Cognitive Systems, Social Robotics, Vocational Education, EduScrum


The focus of this research is to demonstrate how a platform composed of systems of artificial cognitive agents and social robotics can interact, teach and learn with students and teachers, through a pedagogical practice and methodological integration of the psychological concepts of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences, the educational foundations of the Dialectic methodology and the relationship explored in the Man-Machine Symbiosis. The objective of this article is to present the cognitive methodological concept of the project developed, grounding it from the theoretical principles, to the selection criteria for the models presented in the current discussions, taking as lines of thought that seek to define the strategy for creating personalized learning storytelling, the techniques for building social robotics in education and the interactivity between visual feedback in the challenging context of technological education.






Artificial Intelligence for Human-Robot Interaction (AI-HRI)