Digital assistants and robots come in many forms, for example robots in healthcare or education, smart speakers via the internet such as Google assistant and Amazon Alexa. In this online activity you can watch several inspiring video's and look at inspiring tech innovators. After this you can think about ways how to develop the skill to collaborate with digital assistants and why you think it is important to be able to put multiple smart digital assistants to work for you.
When viewing the videos and articles:
What do you think the video/article is about?
What opportunities and challenges does the technology shown in the video/article?
What skills do you need to have to work with these technological possibilities?
How can you make other young people aware of the opportunities and possibilities of the technology in the video/article?
Digital assistants now come in many forms, for example robots in healthcare or education, smart speakers via the internet such as Google assistant and Amazon Alexa.
The holder of this badge is aware that you need to develop competencies to be able to put smart digital assistants to work for you, that you need to know how to communicate with machines and that you need to work on skills both in the VR and AR world as in the physical world. This badge is part of the Befriend with the machines skills zone from the Global Youth Skills framework that indicates how you can be fit for the future.
The holder has independently worked on this competence.
Which digital assistants or robots are you already using? Are you aware of the support that they give you? List three ways you can start building a better collaboration with your digital assistant or robot already today.
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Share why it is important or not important to be able to put multiple smart digital assistants or robots to work for you.
You can think of describing why this is (not) important. It is also possible to make a blog or social media post about this in order to work in a positive way on your visibility to others. And adding that blog here to this task as proof.
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