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This session will allow students to understand what Artificial Intelligence (AI) is and how it works.
Students will also identify some of the AI applications in their daily life.
By the end of the lesson, students should be able to
Students will play ‘Guess the Animal’ game.
Through this game, students will be able to experience how AI works for example AI requires data and AI works by identifying image features.
Students will identify some of the AI applications they have encountered or experienced in daily life.
Students are introduced to the lesson objectives of this session:
Students will play the Guess the Animal game. Through this game, we hope that students will be able to experience how AI works for example AI requires data and AI works by identifying image features.
Teacher may refer to the Guess the Animal card file included in this package.
After playing the game, students will answer these questions. (questions and answers below)
Students will watch a video ‘What is AI? and learn what AI is and how it is being used.
After watching the video, there will be a set of questions for the students to answer based on the video.Video source: https://youtu.be/nASDYRkbQIY (questions and answers below)
Students are prompted to question ‘What are some common AI applications you have seen in your daily life?’ (questions and answers below)
What are some common AI applications you have seen in your daily life? Suggested responses: phone facial recognition, Facebook, Instagram filters, chatbot, digital assistant.
This slide will explain some of the applications of AI in our daily life.
For example, Google Assistant uses AI based speech recognition system to hear and understand what a person tells it to do.
Students will click on the ‘Let’s Draw’ button and draw the object as shown on their screen.
Link to Quickdraw: https://quickdraw.withgoogle.com/
Students are prompted to questions ‘What happens while you are drawing?’ and ‘What do you think will happen if we get artists to draw these doodles?’ (questions and answers below)
Students will click on the ‘Shadow Art’, another A.I. Experiment. They will need to use your hands to form one of twelve zodiac animals from the lunar cycle in front of your laptop or phone camera.
Link to Shadow Art: https://shadowart.withgoogle.com/?lang=en-us
Students are prompted to answer questions, ‘Why do we need to calibrate the camera before the start of the game?’ and ‘How does the AI recognize you have constructed the correct shadow?’
Why do we need to calibrate the camera before the start of the game? Possible response: So that background object is not shown as part of the shadow formed.
How does the AI recognise you have constructed the correct shadow？Possible response: My hand figure matched the outline and the zodiac animal will be unlocked and it moves on to another zodiac animal.
Students will complete a quiz to check their understanding on this lesson.
Question bank in doc format has been included in this package to provide teachers with some flexibility in conducting the quiz.
Students will share and reflect on their learning experiences.
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