During the last 25 years, the internet has significantly impacted our everyday lives and during the next 10 years, artificial intelligence (AI) will even more profoundly change our lives. The AI Literacy program was created to help increase awareness and the critical thinking skills of middle school students, high school students, and other young adults about the promise of and how artificial intelligence will impact their daily lives so that they can make discerning researching, purchasing and other decisions when online and offline.
In February 2019, an alpha beta version of AI Literacy will launch and start out with two resource areas for students, their families and their teachers:
- AI Good Practice examples which will be a curated collection of some of the best examples of how artificial intelligence is enriching our world for good.
- AI Learning which will be a place where students middle school students, high school students and young adults learn more about artificial intelligence through curated resources that are mostly rich media or enable students to learn about AI by doing.
We will continue to populate the Good Practice examples and AI Learning resource areas with additional content, and then begin to add new resource areas.
In May, we will begin our beta program by making the content easier to discover and compare. The official launch of AI Literacy is planned in early 2020.
For more information, email danielkent(at)netliteracy.org