Online curricula helps teachers tackle AI in the classroom

Schools may already use some form of artificial intelligence (AI), but hardly any have curricula designed to teach K-12 students how it works and how to use it, wrote EdSurge. However, organizations such as the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) are developing their own sets of lessons that teachers can take to their classrooms.Members of "AI for K-12" — an initiative co-sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and the Computer Science Teachers Association — wrote in a paper that an AI curriculum should address five basic ideas:While computers are smart, it's hard for them to understand people's emotions, intentions and natural languages, making interactions less comfortable.

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