Artificial awareness, as an innovative learning method and its application in science and technology

Adamski Adam* and Adamska Julia

Published: 24 February, 2023 | Volume 7 - Issue 1 | Pages: 012-019

The creation of the information society is associated with the creation of new intellectual, cultural, spiritual and material values, as well as with new principles and methods of social and interpersonal communication. Achieving this goal is impossible without changes in teaching methodology, teaching technologies and teacher’s work.
The article is an overview and focuses on the following issues. In the information society, the era of biocomputers and quantum computers is coming, which will use not only artificial intelligence, but also artificial consciousness for simulation. Artificial awareness builds the foundations for the development of robots that will be widely used in various fields of industry and science.
 - Artificial awareness combined with artificial intelligence can be an innovative method in education and communication;
 - Quantum computers and biocomputers will find wide application in human education and social life;

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Bioelectronic processes; Bioplasma; Biocomputer; Artificial awareness


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