Nataliia Chuhaieva Наталія Чугаєва


One of the most interesting and actual problems of modern society is its robotization. On the one hand, the introduction of robots means the unconditional movement of science forward, providing assistance to humanity; on the other hand, it causes concern among many segments of the population, because it can cause a change in working conditions, both positively and possibly negatively. Currently, the robots differ in appearance, functionality and sphere of practice. Particularly widespread are humanoid robots: androids, which were created to look like men, and gynoids, which can imitate some aspects of the behaviour of women, as well as animal robots that remind people of pets. In particular, recently in the US, automotive, steel and food companies have included 29,000 robots in the production process. Given the above, this problem requires an extended psychological analysis. The examples of the implementation of robots with artificial intelligence in various spheres of human life and activities are given in the article. An original author's model of professional interaction between humans and robots is proposed. The author determined that for the effective implementation of robotization in modern society, the psychological qualities foreseen by world experts for 2025 must be distributed between humans and robots. In this context, the future need of society for teachers-tutors becomes clear in order to coordinate the activities of both human employees and robots. The prospects for using the results of the study are related to the practical significance for society both at the present stage of its development and in the future. People's awareness of the fact that robots will be able to perform routine work without claiming their jobs can bring society to a qualitatively new level of development, freeing up time for people to create new scientific research, technologies, works of art or to relax.

Keywords: robot, robotization, artificial intelligence, professional interaction between people and robots, teacher-tutor.

Accepted:  27.04.2022

Reviewed: 24.05.2022

Published: 09.06.2022



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