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Title: Information management and exponencial learning in Society 5.0: foundations for an integrated system
Authors: Oliveira, Dalbert Marques 
Pereira, Patrícia Miranda
Keywords: Society 5.0; exponential technologies; information for education; information for success; machine learning
Issue Date: 22-Jan-2021
Citation: Oliveira, D. M., & Pereira, P. M. (2021). Information management and exponencial learning in Society 5.0: Foundations for an integrated system. Em Proceedings BOBCATSSS 2021. BOBCATSSS 2021, Porto.
Serial title, monograph or event: BOBCATSSS 2021
Place of publication or event: Matosinhos, Porto
Abstract: Humanity uses the information to reduce discomfort, effort, and errors. With this in mind, headphones were invented, so that the music could be heard without disturbing others; home appliances were created to reduce the effort in washing dishes or clothes, and calculating machines were developed so that human distraction would not cause an accident in calculating the weight that a bridge could support. But the information has hardly changed the certainties and doubts about which university course to take, what the individual's daily life will be like in the academic path, which includes when and what to study, what to eat and what to do in their free time. Is there a hobby that the individual could enjoy, but does not know? There is greater access to information, but many times instead of navigating this information, the individual sinks in the middle of it. In addition, teachers and students remain stuck in the curriculum, with the same menu being provided for carnivores, vegetarians or lactose intolerants. If before, students were beaten with wood in their hands and were attacked psychologically, having to learn the same as everyone else, nowadays only hands are no longer suffering from wood, at least in theory. Reducing mistakes in choosing a higher education course and the whole life that governs the academic path, can be a dream for many individuals and software that collects enough information to learn about the individual and guide him / her on the beginning of their academic path could be an extremely useful compass. Knowing which university course to take, which discipline, among the electives, to choose, knowing the right time to get up according to the circadian cycle, what to do throughout the day, what and when to eat, are all informational outputs that utopian software could provide so as to contribute to the individual's success. But would such informational management drastically reduce the hassles, efforts and mistakes to be made, or would it negatively affect the individual's life due to lack of experience with failure? Is the information learned from failure really necessary for success? This article starts from a brief history about information in education, analyses information management in Society 5.0, in the era of exponential technologies, and the construction of competence matrices. The goal is to start a debate about the delegation and trust in software, the management of personal information for individual success.
ISBN: 978-972-98646-2-9
DOI: 10.31219/
Rights: openAccess
Appears in Collections:FLUC Secção de Informação - Artigos em Livros de Actas

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