EMOTIONAL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF FUTURE PSYCHOLOGISTS
Keywords:intelligence, artificial intelligence, emotional artificial intelligence, vocational training, future psychologists
The article is concerned with identification of possibilities of applying knowledge about emotional artificial intelligence by future psychologists in the course of teaching General (Cognitive) Psychology. The definition of emotional artificial intelligence as an intellectual system capable of recognizing human emotions and interpreting them is presented. The article offers the complex of educational tasks aimed at the study of emotional artificial intelligence by future psychologists: collection of scientific information about the phenomena of artificial intelligence and emotional artificial intelligence; selection of images illustrating emotional artificial intelligence; video materials on emotional artificial intelligence; collection of video games with elements of emotional artificial intelligence. The results of learning activities of psychology students on studying the issues of emotional artificial intelligence in the form of psychological essays and multimedia art projects are analysed. The typical errors made by the authors of multimedia art projects are highlighted (large number of slides, lack of clear plan, too much text and animation). The collected digital resources with artistic video films and video games with elements of emotional artificial intelligence have been presented. A change in students’ perceptions of emotional artificial intelligence (in terms of the reflexivity parameter) after an active collection of information is demonstrated. It is determined that application of knowledge about emotional artificial intelligence in the process of professional training of future psychologists has reflexive and creative possibilities. A number of general and professional competencies of students formed during the study of the problems of emotional artificial intelligence, in particular, the ability to independently collect and critically analyses information on phenomena of intelligence, artificial intelligence, emotional artificial intelligence were observed; the ability to professional self-improvement by awareness of one’s own emotional abilities (identification of emotions, understand own emotions, control over emotions, empathy).
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