STEAM in AI is a Trade School providing Career Technical Education for Artificial Intelligence Careers with a strong foundation of AI Ethics.
STEAM in AI is developed by a former Adjunct Faculty at Stanford and an AI Ethics thought leader
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The School offers 2 Programs:
1. STEAM in AI Challenges – Innovative AI 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.
2. STEAM in AI Intensive – Mentor led, hands on experiential learning in Artificial Intelligence where students learn the fundamentals of AI Ethics, learn how to clean data, write code, build an AI model and perform computational research.
Our goal through these both STEAM in AI Programs is to prepare students for future careers in AI and related fields.
STEAM in AI Challenges are uniquely crafted to prepare students for future careers in AI and related fields, without requiring any prior coding experience, earning volunteer hours and creating social impact.
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.
Please Note: There is an eligibility criteria for PVSA.( PVSA is a program of AmeriCorps managed by Points of Light). Students who are not eligible for the PVSA will still earn Volunteer Hours by DataEthics4All Foundation.