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The curriculum for the Robotic Psychology and History Course is the first one offered in the United States, if not the world. The high school course aims to raise awareness about

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. The course increases student motivation and knowledge about technology and human robotic interaction. The aim is for this experience to lead students towards pursuing advanced degrees in engineering, robotics, Artificial Intelligence and space travel/exploration. Topics include the history of robotics, machines, science fiction, social interaction and automation. The class examines psychological surveys of humans, robots and their social interaction. Primarily students will map, observe and design parameters in which humans, robots and Artificial Intelligence coexist. There will be a shortage of talent in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. This course serves as an introduction to those fields of study. 

Please review the various articles and interviews about the curriculum and class. If an institution is interested ELI can design a curriculum for your institution. 

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Interviews and Articles (see About for various presentations) 

The Neurological & Psychological Impacts of Social Robotics | AGE OF ROBOTS Magazines

Ep. 34 - Dr. Charles A. Fritz - Teaching high schoolers about robots — RoboPsych Podcast — Overcast