On May 13, 2022, K-12 students around the country will participate in a series of free, hands-on activities aimed to teach them about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how it affects their daily lives. (How did that YouTube video end up on my computer screen? What exactly is a profound ruse? How did my phone know who I was?)
All Day of AI activities is meant to be taught by instructors with little or no technical training and to be accessible to students of all backgrounds and skills, including those with no prior experience with technology. Only an internet connection and a Chromebook or laptop are required.
The activities on the Day of AI are divided into age groups and may be completed in 30-minute to 1-hour increments. For each grade band, up to 4 hours of lesson plans are offered, and teachers can use any number of the lessons. With a series of pop-up events across the nation, projects will be shared across the full Day of AI network.