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Explore the World of AI

Learn AI the fun way! Expand your knowledge of AI and understand how human behaviour is mimicked by machines through real-life examples.

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  • Age GroupAge Group11–13 years
  • Course DurationCourse Duration5 hours
  • Session DurationSession Duration1 hour
  • CompletionCompletionYes
  • SessionsSessions5 Sessions
  • FrequencyFrequencySelf-Paced
  • Course Valid TillCourse Valid Till

About The Course

    This course is designed to expand your knowledge of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and strengthen your concepts on perception, machine learning and training data sets. The learning outcomes of this experiential curriculum are expected to accelerate individual performance and drive both college and career success.
    The course will take you through the following topics:
  • How Does AI Work?
  • What Are the Tools of AI?
  • What Is Machine Learning?
  • How Is AI Impacting Our Lives?

Who Is This Course For?

This course is specifically designed with guidance from leading global experts in education, robotics and computer science for students aged 11–13 who have a passion for AI and coding.

Course Objectives

    The Explore the World of AI course will help you:
  • Understand how human behaviour is mimicked by machines
  • Explore AI tools, such as computer vision, machine learning, cognitive computing and many more
  • Understand how machines are trained to learn from experiences, through real-life examples
  • Comprehend the different uses of AI—from helping you select music to play and control devices at home to helping space shuttles go to space





AI World School

At the AI World School (AIWS), we inspire students to discover the elements of AI and flourish in an AI-driven world. AIWS is an Online Learning Platform that provides Transformational AI and Coding Technology education to students. The project-based AI courses have been specially curated for students aged 7 to 18, with guidance from leading global experts in education, robotics and computer science. The courses are designed around the “5 Big Ideas” as proposed by the AI4K12 task force led by Dr. David Touretzky, Carnegie Mellon University and are fun, creative, collaborative, ethical, empathetic, inclusive, purposeful and socially impactful. The AIWS platform hosts 200+ hands-on, real-time coding experiences that are intuitive, self-paced and self-directed, with a variety of STEM challenges and project-based learning approaches.