Curriculum by Elli Wittmann. Published on Medium. Excerpt: AI is incredibly powerful and growing more and more important in our lifes. There are a million reasons why it is important . . .
Curriculum developed by Code.org. For grades 3+. Released under the Creative Commons license. Computer science is about so much more than coding! Learn about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, training . . .
Curriculum developed for Minecraft: Education Edition. Explore basic coding concepts and learn about artificial intelligence in this free Hour of Code lesson. Coding Task: A village needs your help to . . .
Curriculum lessons, videos, slides and webinars developed by Education Changemakers and Microsoft, including a module on The Ethics of Your AI Concept. In the Microsoft AI for Good Challenge, Australian . . .
News article by Karen Hao and Jonathan Stray. Published by MIT Technology Review. Excerpt: The US criminal legal system uses predictive algorithms to try to make the judicial process less . . .
Curriculum for students in 5-8th grade to explore artificial intelligence and ethics. Developed by the MIT Media Lab. In this course, students participate in a range of hot-topic discussions and . . .
Curriculum developed by Blakeley H. Payne at the MIT Media Lab. 94 pages. This document includes a set of activities, teacher guides, assessments, materials, and more to assist educators in . . .
Curriculum by David S. Touretzky, Christina Gardner-McCune, Fred Martin, and Deborah Seehorn. Presented at the 2019 International Society for Technology in Education conference. We’ll present national guidelines on AI education . . .
Lesson plan created by CC Fisher. Digital download format. PDF (239 kb). 5 pages. Grade levels 4, 5, 6, 7. As Artificial Intelligence is rising, Students need to be taught . . .
Curriculum developed by Bruce Long. Article published by the AI Ethics Institute. Excerpt: This course is designed to make the scholar familiar with the application of normative ethics, metaethics, and . . .
Curriculum of open source course modules developed at Harvard University in the Embedded EthiCS Teaching Lab. In this weekly seminar a team of graduate and postdoctoral fellows collaborate with one . . .