Exploring the relationship between transhumanist and artificial intelligence in the education context: Teaching and learning process at tertiary education


  • Elisabet Mangera Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Haris Supratno
  • Suyatno




Transhumanist, artificial intelligence, teaching and learning, education context.


This studied focus on the relationship between transhumanist and artificial intelligence in the Education Context; Particularly Teaching and Learning Process at private university in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Anchored by a qualitative analysis and participated by five teachers, the data were analyzed in-depth interview. It was designed to find out the type of artificial intelligence used in teaching and learning process. The result of the study showed that the types of Artificial intelligences are; Intelligence of tutoring system, Smart mentor virtual, Automatic assessment, Personalized system, and other finding that even though the artificial intelligence was very great tools can support teaching and learning process but the teacher roles can be not changed them, because teachers taught morality, how to respect each other, it is a role of teacher.


Key words; Transhumanist, artificial intelligence, teaching and learning, education context.



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Mangera, E., Supratno, H., & Suyatno. (2023). Exploring the relationship between transhumanist and artificial intelligence in the education context: Teaching and learning process at tertiary education. Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction, 13(2), 35–44. https://doi.org/10.47750/pegegog.13.02.05