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Start a STEAM in AI Chapter and Bring STEAM in AI Challenges to Your School

What is STEAM in AI?

STEAM in AI is a Trade School for Artificial Intelligence that provides a strong foundation of AI Ethics to its students.

STEAM in AI is developed by former Stanford Adjunct Faculty and an AI Ethics thought leader.

STEAM in AI Challenges are specially designed AI Challenges to augment learning in various subjects and industry domains.

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

These challenges aim to enhance students’ understanding of AI’s influence in diverse aspects of life and prepare them for future careers in AI and associated domains without requiring any prior coding experience.

Our goal through STEAM in AI is to Raise the Next Generation of Ethics 1st Data + AI Skilled Workforce.

Here’s a short list of Subjects where STEAM in AI Challenges can be integrated as part of the curriculum or for enhanced experiential learning.

STEAM in AI for Art

STEAM in AI for Art Curriculum

STEAM in AI for Business Studies

STEAM in AI for Business Studies Curriculum

STEAM in AI for Computer Science

STEAM in AI for Computer Science and Coding Curriculum

STEAM in AI for English

STEAM in AI for English Literature and Language Curriculum

STEAM in AI for Environmental Science

STEAM in AI for Environmental Science Curriculum

STEAM in AI for Mathematics

STEAM in AI for Maths Curriculum

STEAM in AI for Music

STEAM in AI for Music Curriculum

STEAM in AI for Biology and Chemistry

STEAM in AI for Sciences Curriculum

STEAM in AI for Social Studies

STEAM in AI for Social Studies Curriculum

STEAM in AI Challenges helps students tackle World Challenges Today, are aligned with United Nation’s SDGs and help them understand the Social Impact of unethical AI

Here are some United Nation’s Social Development Goals and Social Impact Themes that STEAM in AI Challenges are designed for.

Transparency and Explainability

Transparency and Explainability STEAM in AI

Social Impact and Responsibility

Social Impact and Responsibility STEAM in AI

Healthcare and Well-being

Healthcare and Well-being STEAM in AI

Environmental Sustainability

Environmental Sustainability STEAM in AI

Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion STEAM in AI

Education and Access Equity

Education and Access Equity STEAM in AI

Anti-Bias Technology

Anti-Bias Technology STEAM in AI

Data Privacy and Security

Data Privacy and Security STEAM in AI

Autonomous Systems and Ethics

Autonomous Systems and Ethics STEAM in AI

Are you a School Administrator, an Educator, Faculty or a PTSA Leader (Parent Teacher Student Association) looking to bring STEAM in AI to Your School?

Look no further!!

Apply to Start a STEAM in AI Chapter at Your School and bring the opportunity to learn AI Skills for all Your Students.

 

Join Us in Raising an Ethics 1st Data + AI Skilled Workforce!!

STEAM in AI + PTSA Partnership Invitation

Why Start a STEAM in AI Chapter at Your School?

Membership Cost: $20/ month/ member. 

A STEAM in AI Chapter must be started by a School Administrator, Educator, Faculty or PTSA Leader.

Every Chapter must have a minimum of 1 Advisor and 10 Members. A Chapter can have any number of Members.

Advisor is responsible for validating volunteer hours for Members and submitting PVSA eligibility. No Volunteer hours will be granted without Advisor validation.

STEAM in AI Chapter

STEAM in AI Chapter

Start a STEAM in AI Chapter at Your School. Bring an opportunity to learn all about the Ethics of AI for all students at your school through STEAM in AI Challenges, earn Volunteer Hours and create Social Impact. Prepare Your Students for AI Skills needed for Jobs of the Future and help us Raise an Ethics 1st Data + AI Skilled Future Workforce!

STEAM in AI Challenges

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. New Challenge released every month.

DataEthics4All Community

DataEthics4All Community

Home to Data + AI Leaders, Educators and Peers from 71 Countries across the globe. Educators, Students and Staff of Partner Schools get access to the DataEthics4All Community, a Private Group for Your School Team, access to STEAM in AI Challenges and the Institute that hosts on demand courses and resources on Data + AI Ethics.

The Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Presidential Volunteer Service Award

DataEthics4All Foundation is a Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) Certifying Organization. Give all Your Students an opportunity to learn AI Skills needed for all careers in the future, create social impact and earn the Presidential Volunteer Service Award if eligible. (All Students earn DataEthics4All volunteer hours, no eligibility criteria)

AI Youth Council

DataEthics4All-AI-Youth-Council

DataEthics4All Foundation’s AI Youth Council is the first AI Council designed for Youth Leaders. Active STEAM in AI Club Student Members may have the opportunity to be invited to join the AI Youth Council. The AI Youth Council is responsible for reviewing the STEAM in AI Challenge Submissions, Outreach and developing PET4Youth Courses for their Peers.

Ethics 1st Data + AI Institute

Ethics 1st Data + AI Institute

The Data Ethics Institute hosts many unique on-demand courses and video resources on Data + AI Ethics. Some course titles include: AI Ethics and Predictive Policing, Data Science 101, Natural Language Processing 101, Data Preprocessing, Microsoft Power BI, ML for Visual Datasets, Introduction to Java, Introduction to Visual Design, PET4Youth Courses and more.

Get Access to On-Demand Introductory Courses on Data + AI Ethics designed by our AI Youth Council for their Peers under the guidance of former Stanford Adjunct Faculty available to Earn a Certificate of Completion.

Introduction to Data + AI

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In this course designed for Middle and High School Students, we discuss What data and AI are, why Data is useful to many different industries, what happens when Data and AI are misused? What happens when Data is wrongly interpreted by AI? and how AI can be used unethically.

Bias in Data

PET4Youth-Course2-Bias-in-Data

Bias has a high chance of being present in any data set, whether intentional or unintentional. The presence of bias can in many times lead to unreliable results, or even worse, results that don’t represent the population. This course will teach you about the different types of biases, why/where they occur, and the best ways to limit them.

Tech Impact on Youth

PET4Youth-Course3-Tech-Impact-on-Youth

The AI Youth Council designed this Course because they wanted to educate their generation about modern tech. The same tech that we use everyday, and how it affects us, sometimes without even us realizing it. This is the first course in many more to come, and we hope that these will be useful to our peers when trying to learn and understand more about some of these difficult topics.

Be the first to know about all our Events: Member Only, In-Person and Online

Town Halls

DataEthics4All-Policy-Ethics-Tech-Think-Tank-Town-Hall-Meetings

Get Invited to our unique DataEthics4All Community Member only Events like our Think Tank Town Halls where members from ages 12-70, from all ethnicities and professions come together to share their voice on current affairs related to Policy and Ethics in Data + AI. 

Pie & AI In-Person Event

Pie & AI My Journey into Tech it starts at High School by DataEthics4All Foundation SAP DeeplearningAI

We hosted the Pie & AI: San Francisco – Breaking into AI event as a Deeplearning.AI AmbassadorDeepLearning.AI was founded in 2017 by machine learning and education pioneer Andrew Ng to fill a need for world-class AI education. DataEthics4All Foundation brought this in-person Pie & AI Meetup for all Bay Area High School Students with the support of SAP.

Ethics 1st Live

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Be the first to learn about our Live Events on Policy and Ethics in Data + AI such as the our panel discussion on the ‘DELETE Act’ with Senator Josh Becker.

Webinar

Navigating the College Admissions Process_ A Step-by-Step Guide

Webinar

Cracking the Code_ How to Use ChatGPT for College Scholarship Search

Content

AI Guidelines for College Applications for high school seniors

Excited about bringing these AI learning opportunities for Your Students?

Then, what are You waiting for?

Apply to Start a STEAM in AI Club at Your School and bring the opportunity to learn AI Skills for all Your Students.

 Join Us in Raising an Ethics 1st Data + AI Skilled Workforce!!

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Apply to Start a STEAM in Chapter

This Application must be filled out by an Adult who is an Advisor to the STEAM in AI Chapter.

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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.

By participating in the STEAM in AI Challenges, students not only enhance their educational experience and prepare for future careers but also make meaningful contributions to their communities and earn recognition for their volunteer efforts.

In summary, STEAM in AI Challenges for middle and high schoolers provide a comprehensive introduction to AI and its ethical dimensions, foster key skills for future job markets, and offer a pathway to earning volunteer hours for the PVSA.

These challenges represent a unique blend of education, service, and preparation for the rapidly evolving technological landscape.

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.

STEAM in AI + The AI Literacy Act

AI Literacy Act + STEAM in AI

Right before the holidays, two US congressional representatives (Rep Lisa Blunt-Rochester – D-Del and Rep Larry Bruschon – R-Ind) introduced the AI Literacy Act – a step towards ensuring AI Literacy as a critical component of Digital Literacy for every American. You can find a summary of the bill here.

What is The AI Literacy Act and Why Should You Care?

The AI Literacy Act codifies AI literacy as a key component of digital literacy and creates opportunities to incorporate it into existing programs.

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

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Apply to Start a STEAM in Chapter

This Application must be filled out by an Adult who is an Advisor to the STEAM in AI Chapter.

Applicant's Info