AI School of India announced the launch of India’s first AI LAB with a global curriculum to provide students transformational Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Coding learning experiences. AI World School is the technology provider to AI School of India for the AI Lab.
Designed around the “five big ideas” – perception, comprehension, learning, natural interaction and impact of AI as proposed by the USA based AI4K12 task force led by Dr David Touretzky, Carnegie Mellon University, these courses are also aligned to CBSE and ATL- NASSCOM framework. The AI4K12 initiative is joint project of CSTA, AAAI, CMU and National Science Foundation (NSF) Govt of USA.
According to Suresh Gurunathan, vice-principal of AI School of India, “The National Education Policy – NEP 2020 and CBSE have all highlighted the importance of coding and AI in order to enable students to be future-ready. Leading Schools like Banyan, BVM Global and others across the country want to stay ahead of the curve in introducing AI concepts to students and have started working with us for AI lab and robotics. As a part of AI Lab, AI School of India will provide infrastructure, curriculum content, with access to the cloud and AI training to students using existing Computer Lab in schools.
“As AI becomes mainstream, futuristic organisations will require talent with skill sets that are very different from those existing now and need to match international standards. Hence, we at AI School of India brought in the global AI & coding curriculum to help Educators and Schools who are integral to the skilling revolution taking root in the country” AISI, Chairman Mr A S Ramana Prasad said.
AI LAB initiative uses the blended learning methodology to translate AI concepts into simple & easy to understand learning experiences while incorporating fun, creativity & collaboration & also maintaining an ethical, empathetic & inclusive flavor. Students from Grade 4 to Grade 12 can use the AI LAB to learn Human AI Interaction, Machine Learning, Neural Networking, Decision Trees, Python, Natural Language processing etc.Corporate, News