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Teaching AI in K-12: AI & Natural Interaction
What is artificial intelligence, and what does it mean for education? For this April webinar series, hosted by UBTECH Education curriculum experts, we will take a deep dive into the fundamentals of AI and provide educators with tools to make AI relatable and practical for students of all ages.

Webinar #4
Approach the applications and use of AI by asking the question: How can computers interact naturally with people?

Hosted by Rusty Nye – Rusty is the Implementation Manager at UBTECH Education. Prior to his work with UBTECH, he was the lead Curriculum Developer for The AI Family Challenge (AIFC) from Technovation, an AI education program where families work together to solve a community problem using AI. In addition, he led various workshops with industry partners to develop student focused AI activities. Workshops include “Design, Build, Inspire: Creating design challenges to teach AI” AAAI Conference 2018 and “AI Maker – Creating solutions to community problems with AI.”

Apr 22, 2020 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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