Year 2 - Webinar archive

The webinars linked below were presented in 2018- 2019 as part of Year 2 of this project.

November 18, 2019 (5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT)

Title: A Path to Teaching All High Schoolers about AI Speaker: Emily Reid, VP Open Learning Program @ AI4ALL
Students of all backgrounds and demographics need a basic understanding of AI to both understand their world and consider emerging careers. This webinar will share AI4ALL Open Learning’s blended curriculum approach. Open Learning makes AI education free and approachable to historically underrepresented groups. These resources are explicitly built for both CS and non-CS classes and for learners with and without CS experience. Join us to learn more!
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October 29, 2019 (5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT)

Title: Artificial Intelligence is Elementary Speakers: April DeGenarro, Enrichment Teacher/Gifted Specialist @ Peeples ElementarySusan Amsler-Akacem, Technology Innovator and Educational Technology Dept. Head @ Lincoln School
Are you an elementary teacher wondering about how to integrate AI education? Or a K-12 technology coordinator or coach who wants to better understand the continuum of AI education at all grade levels? Join us for this webinar where members of the AI4K12 elementary workgroup will share several strategies and opportunities for integrating AI into K-5 spaces.
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September 11, 2019 (5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT)

Title: Machine Learning for Kids Speaker: Joe Mazzone - Computer and Software Engineering Instructor, Davies Career and Technical High School
Your students can build with Machine Learning! Learn more about Machine Learning for Kids, a free tool that introduces machine learning by providing hands-on experiences for training machine learning systems and building things with them. Machine Learning for Kids works with Scratch, App Inventor, and Python programming. For teachers of grades 5-12.Use this link to access the archive.Slide deck link.

May 7, 2018 (5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT)

Responsible AI with Jaime Perena – Director – Microsoft AI.
Description: AI has transformed from vision to reality, creating tangible benefits for people and enterprises around the world. But like any great technological innovation, it poses complex and challenging questions about the future we want to see. We want to share what we’re learning in our own journey in hopes that it can provide a useful perspective for other organizations navigating similar challenges. Learn about Microsoft’s perspective on the importance of engaging with AI in a responsible manner.
Click here to view the webinar archive (registration required).Additional links:Identify guiding principles for responsible AI in your businessResource list referenced during webinarAI SchoolHands On with AI demosAI for GoodProject InnerEye – Medical Imaging AI to Empower CliniciansMicrosoft Healthcare BotAI for Accessibility Grant Application

April 9 at 5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT

Title: A Self-Driving Car in the Palm of Your HandSpeaker: Dr. David S. Touretzky
What is and isn’t AI? And how can real AI and machine learning be used in K-12, especially with our younger students? In this webinar, Dave will help clarify these ideas through demonstrations of the Cozmo robot and the Calypso software framework. Dave will explain how, together, these technologies can help students learn about topics such as machine perception, state machine programming, and laws of computation. Plus, as chair of the AI4K12 Initiative, Dave will also give us the inside scoop on the development of the Big Ideas and guidelines for teaching AI in K-12, including how you can access their growing Resource Directory!
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March 13 at 7:30 PM ET/4:30 PM PT

Title: Closing the Gender Gap in AIallgirlithm Speakers: Joanna Liu, Taylor Fang, Anne Li CreAIte Speakers: Isha Puri, Nandita Naik, Ananya Karthik
Six high school girls create two separate organizations - Allgirlithm and CreAIte - to bring AI experiences to high school students across the country. Click here to view the webinar archive.

February 12 at 5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT

Title: AI for Super-HumansSpeaker: Dr. Tomás de Camino If we understand AI as something that is part of our own thinking and working, we can help our students think about the power of AI and other exponential technologies as creators.
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January 24, 2019 (1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT)

Artificial intelligence and chemistry: a new way of building future chemists (Click to access the webinar archive) with IBM Research - Zurich’s Philippe Schwaller, Théophile Gaudin, Teodoro Laino
Artificial Intelligence is not just changing the technical world. In fact, at IBM Research - Zurich, AI and machine learning are changing the way people look at the material world! In this webinar, the IBM team will present an Artificial Intelligence (AI) model to predict organic chemistry reactions.
Slide deck (Click to access pdf of slides)

December 11, 2018 (5:30 PM ET/2:30 PM PT)

AI, Amazon, & the Future Engineer Program (Click to access the webinar archive) with Amazon's Tom Berry & Edhesive's Emily Grad and Isabella Chung
You have probably heard of Amazon Alexa, but that is just a small example of how AI technologies power commerce and creation at Amazon. View this webinar to explore innovative AI applications in action, learn how diverse project teams come together to make the AI magic happen, and learn how your school can benefit from free and exciting opportunities through the Amazon Future Engineer program!
Apply for Edhesive Courses.Contact Tom, Emily, and/or Isabella at