Bengaluru. Disruptive technologies and AI are making their way into classrooms as humanoid robots to teach students at a school in Bengaluru.
"Our robots impart lessons daily in five subjects to about 300 students in Classes 7-9 in four sections by turn. They also interact with them and answer their questions," Indus International School's Chief Design Officer, Vignesh Rao, told here.
However, the 5 foot 7 inch high robots do not replace real teachers. They complement them in teaching and reply to FAQs (frequently asked questions) from students.