Artificial Intelligence Literacy, che cos’è e come promuoverla. Dall’analisi della letteratura ad una proposta di Framework
- Artificial Intelligence (AI),
- Artificial Intelligence Literacy,
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This work presents a critical reflection on topics related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and on literacy processes related to the promotion of Artificial Intelligence Literacy (AI Literacy). The study opens with an introductory historical-theoretical survey on the nature, use, and knowledge of AI, then focusing on the literature linked to the AI Literacy skills, particularly on the effective and critical use of AI and educational scenarios aimed at fostering a conceptual awareness of the mechanisms underlying AI and their implications. The work is based on the review of 35 papers relevant to the topic, selected on the basis of explicit criteria of inclusion and exclusion, and with a focus on how the concept of AI Literacy is defined and implemented in the educational practice. The synthesis of the works led to a preliminary proposal of a Framework, laying the foundations for a pedagogically significant reflection for the development of this competence.
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