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De l'objet connecté à l'environnement intelligent : des enjeux pour la médiation ?

Abstract : Connected devices and artificial intelligence systems transform the way we stay informed, work and interact with objects. Learning is linked to these changes: to create intelligent systems and for individuals adaptability. This article describes the relationship between connected devices, human learning and machine learning, to identify the challenges for the mediation of knowledge. Connected devices, with their sensors, facilitate observation and exploration of the world. The coupling with machine learning leads to the emergence of intelligent environments where objects adapt to the collected data. Intelligent environments enable smart campuses and social robots, and extends automation and assistance. These opportunities accentuate the need for education “to” and “by” technologies and question human development in an environment of connected devices.
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Submitted on : Sunday, November 3, 2019 - 12:05:48 PM
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Aymeric Bouchereau, Ioan Roxin. De l'objet connecté à l'environnement intelligent : des enjeux pour la médiation ?. H2PTM’19 : de l’hypertexte aux humanités numériques, Ioan Roxin; Imad Saleh; Nasreddine Bouhaï; Sylvie Leleu-Merviel; Yves Jeanneret; Manuel Zacklad; Luc Massou, Oct 2019, Montbéliard, France. ⟨hal-02343707⟩



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