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School in Hyderabad introduces teaching robots

School in Hyderabad introduces teaching robots

Technology News: We are all surrounded by technologies, modern technologies have made things far easier and a lot better.

Well now, the technologies and Artificial intelligence are making their way into classrooms. For the first time in the country, the city of South Indian State Telangana, Hyderabad has introduced robots for teaching or can say the Teaching robots.

School in Hyderabad introduces teaching robots
School in Hyderabad introduces teaching robots

The Indus International School in Hyderabad, a private school has introduced humanoid robots to teach students and also to assist teachers in teaching. These robots are made with the help of artificial intelligence and will clarify the doubts of the students when they asked and whatever they asked.

The school management demonstrated the performance of Eagle robots to the Education Minister of the State Sabitha Indra Reddy. The management said that they have deployed 21 highly interactive robots at their different school branches in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Pune. The TOI quoted Arjun Ray, the founder and CEO of Indus Trust saying that the Eagle Robots help teachers. They can not only assist the teachers but can also teach the students in stand-alone mode.

These Eagle robots will teach the lessons to the students from the 5th to 11th class. They can teach lessons in more than 30 languages and also can clarify student’s doubts. Students can also connect with the automated assessment and content of the teaching robot or robot teachers through mobile phones and laptops, the robots are programmed like that so that they can help the students and clarify their doubts.

The AI, Artificial Intelligence system is so advanced now, just because of the AI now Robots are capable of educating students, serving customers at restaurants, performing surgeries, etc.

The principal of the Indus International School said, that the school intends to make available Eagle robots to other educational institutions in private and as well as in government schools also across the country.

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