AI workshop

Learners in Years 5 & 6 participated in an A1 workshop from StandUp Computing.  It is important that our learners understand new techology and we were very pleased that both classes received an interactive session to answer the following questions:
  • What is the difference between AI and coding?
  • How does AI learn what humans look like?
  • Do fully self-driving cars really exist?
  • How realistic is AI-generated art?
The session helped our learners to understand how AI works, why it makes mistakes and how it can safely be used in the real world.

We are now looking forward to our staff receiving AI CPD explaining how A1 works, how and why it makes mistakes and how to measure its performance.

Both the Year 5 and Year 6 classes were wonderfully engaged, well-behaved and showed a great understanding of AI.  I really enjoyed delivering the workshops to them and I hope they enjoyed the activities and were inspired to find out more about AI.
Nick Nurock

Standup Computing

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