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International Journal of Big Data Intelligent Technology, 2024, 5(1); doi: 10.38007/IJBDIT.2024.050106.

The Practice of Chinese Philosophy in Artificial Intelligence Education


Zhaocheng Xu, Yi Ding

Corresponding Author:
Yi Ding

School of Business, Renmin University, Beijing 100872, China


In the current era of rapid technological development, artificial intelligence education has become an important part of the national strategic development, and at the same time, how to combine traditional culture with modern technology education has also become an urgent problem to be solved. Firstly, we analyze the core concepts of Chinese philosophical thoughts of "Taoism and nature", "the middle way" and "unity of knowledge and action", and explore the influence of these thoughts on the cognitive process and behavioral patterns of individuals. We explore the impact of these ideas on individual cognitive processes and behavioral patterns. Next, we examine the current challenges in AI education, including the lack of technological ethics education, the deficiency of innovation ability cultivation, and the lack of humanistic care. Starting from three aspects, namely, curriculum design, teaching methodology and evaluation system, a model of AI education integrating Chinese philosophical ideas is proposed, emphasizing the integration of Chinese philosophical elements in the teaching of AI technology.


Chinese Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence Application, Chinese Education

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Zhaocheng Xu, Yi Ding. The Practice of Chinese Philosophy in Artificial Intelligence Education. International Journal of Big Data Intelligent Technology (2024), Vol. 5, Issue 1: 43-52. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJBDIT.2024.050106.


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