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STEAM in AI is coming to Evergreen Valley High School

Exciting News!! STEAM in AI is coming to Evergreen Valley High School

STEAM in AI Challenges (Previously called Ethics 1st Data + AI Challenges) by DataEthics4All Foundation are innovative Challenges designed for middle and high school students, focusing on introducing them to the world of artificial intelligence (AI) and its ethical implications without learning how to code.

Our Mission is to Raise the Next Generation of Ethics 1st Data + AI Skilled Workforce!!

Congratulations to the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) at Evergreen Valley High School to Partner with STEAM in AI on this important mission and bring STEAM in AI Challenges to all students at their school for a day of in person learning and fun!!

STEAM in AI Challenge Flyer Evergreen Valley High School

STEAM in AI Challenges are uniquely crafted to prepare students for future careers in AI and related fields, without requiring any prior coding experience.

A key aspect of these challenges is their emphasis on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education, integrating these disciplines in a way that is engaging and accessible for young learners.

The challenges often involve real-world problems where students must apply AI concepts to come up with creative solutions.

This approach not only enhances their understanding of AI but also promotes critical thinking, problem-solving, and ethical decision-making skills.

By tackling these challenges, students learn about the impact of AI on society, the importance of ethical considerations in technology development, and the broader implications of AI in various fields.

An added benefit of participating in these challenges is the opportunity for students to earn volunteer hours. These hours contribute towards the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA), a prestigious recognition in the United States. The PVSA honors individuals who have dedicated significant time to volunteer service, encouraging a spirit of civic responsibility and community involvement.

STEAM in AI Challenges are for everyone – even students who do not want to learn how to code but want to understand how AI works and how it impacts them and society on a day to day basis.

DataEthics4All Foundation is excited to support the AI Literacy Act and bring STEAM in AI Challenges to all our Partner Schools.

Want to bring STEAM in AI Challenges to Your School?

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