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From computational neuroscience to computational learning science: modeling the brain of the learner and the context of the learning activity

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Abstract

We share a new exploratory action known as Artificial Intelligence Devoted to Education (AIDE) launched with the support of Inria (Mnemosyne Team) and Nice INSPÉ from Côte d´Azur University (LINE laboratory) in connection with the Bordeaux NeuroCampus. It positions artificial intelligence in a somewhat original way ... not [only] as a disruptive tool, but as a formalism allowing to model learning human in problem-solving activities.
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hal-03018617 , version 1 (23-11-2020)

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Margarida Romero, Frédéric Alexandre, Lisa Roux, Gérard Giraudon, Thierry Viéville. From computational neuroscience to computational learning science: modeling the brain of the learner and the context of the learning activity. SophIA-summit 2020, Nov 2020, Sophia-Antipolis / Virtual, France. 2020. ⟨hal-03018617⟩
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