Human-Robot Interaction Courses
Learn about human-robot interaction with edX's online human-robot interaction courses.
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Courses are free to explore, or students may choose official credit to pass along to future employers or education centers. edX offers single courses, certifications, and even full degrees with more added regularly.
Human-computer interaction courses
GTX offers a professional series entitled Human-Computer Interaction. It's a four-course series designed to introduce the concepts of design, including strong user interfaces and the ethics of UX design principles. The course series introduces students to the foundational principles HCI professionals need to launch a career and explore the boundaries of human-computer designs.
Learners can also explore the world of robotics with the UCx's Human-Robot Interactions. The two-course series explores the design process of robotics and the various types of human-robot interactions. Learners explore the computing technologies and cognitive science behind robot emotions.
Students can also explore artificial intelligence and computer cognition, learn to design augmented reality and virtual reality environments, or study language and linguistics from a computer perspective. All these courses could help students create meaningful and interactive interfaces.
Exploring human-computer interactions with edX
The field of information technology will evolve as computers get smarter. Human-computer interaction allows humans to maximize their relationship with artificial intelligence and other advanced computer systems.
Good interface design facilitates computer interactions and this multidisciplinary field provides the research and guidance for UX designers. edX provides courses that can train designers to build these sensitive, interactive systems that consider human cognition and computer intelligence, setting the stage for the next generation of interface design.