With this Artificial Intelligence webinar, students from grades 4-12 will learn what artificial intelligence and machine learning is. This course will not only provide a strong understanding and basis for computer science, but it will introduce the applications of AI and ML in our everyday lives. By the end of this 2 hour webinar, students will have a deeper understanding of how AI can benefit us. They will also learn how to create an accurate cat classification program as well as clothes classifier.
- 2 hour long webinar
- One-time webinar(not recurring)
- Required Materials: computer, internet, and optional notebook for notes!
- Online zoom sessions
- Note: This webinar is for students who are interested in programming and are committed to attending the entire duration of this webinar. NO PRIOR PROGRAMMING EXPERIENCE NEEDED.
If you would like more information about our course curriculum, please contact us here.
Unfortunately, we are unable to display photos of our classes publicly online. If you would like to see some photos regarding our curriculum or students, please send us an email at [email protected].
This AI webinar was very informative! It really got me interested in the field of machine learning. Thank you for doing this!
- Brooke, 11th grader
The "Artificial Intelligence" webinar was really informative - I had some previous knowledge on the subject but I learned a lot of new information today. I really loved the Kahoots and the Emotion Detector - it was awesome that the teacher incorporated hands-on experiences!
- Rianna, 9th grader
I really enjoyed the webinar because it was really informative and direct about the information. For me, that helped me learn about the basics of AI much more easily. I also enjoyed the face emotion part too!
- Mia, 10th grader
I found the AI Webinar from App Dev League to be very fascinating. I loved learning more about the applications of AI through a mix of videos, lecture-styled explanations, and thorough demonstrations! The hands-on activities made the webinar very engaging, as well.
- Bernice, 11th grader