Veneta Tabakova-Komsalova1, Todorka Glushkova2, Maria Grancharova-Hristova3, Irina Krasteva2
1Regional education management, Plovdiv
2Plovdiv University „Paisii Hilendarski”, Plovdiv
3Humanities High School „St. Cyril and St. Methodius”, Plovdiv


Венета Табакова-Комсалова1, Тодорка Атанасова Глушкова2, Мария Грънчарова-Христова3, Ирина Красимирова Кръстева2
1Регионално управление на образованието, гр. Пловдив
2Пловдивски университет „Паисий Хилендарски“, гр. Пловдив
3Хуманитарна гимназия „Св. Св. Кирил и Методий“, гр. Пловдив

* Авторите изказват благодарност към научен проект ФП19-ФМИ-002 „ Иновационни ИКТ за дигитално научноизследователско пространство по математика, информатика и педагогика на обучението“ към Фонд Научни изследвания на ПУ „Паисий Хилендарски“, за частичното финансиране на настоящата работа.

Abstract: Modern trends in the development of digital technologies are directly related to Artificial Intelligence and its application in all spheres of life. This determines the need to study this discipline not only in universities but also in schools. In the last few years, various schools in Bulgaria have introduced the study of elements of Artificial Intelligence as an innovation in specialized, professional and innovative schools, as well as in clubs of interest. The Ministry of Education and Science has approved a sample curriculum. Textbooks and teaching aids are being created. The report aims to present a classification of learning tasks in artificial intelligence training in different levels and forms of training. Some basic key examples will be considered, through which the basic concepts and rules in classical artificial intelligence are introduced, related to both the basic algorithms for solving problems through search and the presentation of knowledge through logical rules. The authors will share their experience in the study of Artificial Intelligence and will present some opportunities to increase the effectiveness of training.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Learning tasks, Logic Programming.


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