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Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have more influence on the lives and livelihoods of young people over the next few decades than any other factor. While AI will help address our most pressing problems, it has the potential to exacerbate gaps in society and pose existential threats. Our #AskAboutAI campaign investigates the implications that AI will have on employment, learning and ethical issues--a conversation around how we can shape a future that works for everyone. If you would like to contribute to this discussion by submitting blogs, topic ideas, relevant reports, photos and/or podcast ideas, click here to learn more.

Ask About AI

Home Series Ask About AI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will have more influence on the lives and livelihoods of young people over the next few decades than any other factor. While AI will help address our most pressing problems, it has the potential to exacerbate gaps in society and pose existential threats. Our #AskAboutAI campaign investigates the implications that AI will have on employment, learning and ethical issues--a conversation around how we can shape a future that works for everyone. If you would like to contribute to this discussion by submitting blogs, topic ideas, relevant reports, photos and/or podcast ideas, click here to learn more.

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15 Moonshots in Education

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What big advances are possible in education in the next five or 10 years? Here are 15 moonshots, ranging from expected breakthroughs to speculative advances, that will change our lives.

RAMTEC Robotics: A Path to Employment & Economic Development

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RAMTEC, a robotics program at Tri-Rivers Career Center in Ohio, is graduating hundreds of robotics-ready students prepared for careers and further advanced skills learning.

The Technologies Reshaping Life and Livelihood

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AI is rapidly reshaping the employment landscape, and given the opportunities and challenges this creates it is a topic every school community should be discussing with students.

Want to Solve a Problem? Get Smart, Build a Dataset, Apply Smart Tools

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Here are seven examples of impact entrepreneurs demonstrating the Cause + Code formula as they choose a problem, develop some domain expertise, build a dataset and apply smart tools in order to make a difference in the world.

The Rise of AI Demands Project-Based Learning

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The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is on the rise, and interviews with leaders in several different fields about AI point to the same thing: an increasing importance in self-directed learning--lifelong, often project-based and (when possible) with a diverse team.

#AskAboutAI: Informing Educators, Parents and Policymakers About Life With Smart Machines

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Artificial Intelligence will have more influence on the lives of young people over the next few decades than any other factor, so our #AskAboutAI campaign is investigating the implications smart machines will have on employment, learning and ethical issues.

Getting Smart Podcast | Google’s Jaime Casap on Inequity and Inquiry

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Jaime Casap, Chief Education Evangelist at Google, shares more about inquiry-based learning, technology in education, bridging the digital divide and how a boy who grew up on welfare in Hell's Kitchen was able to beat the odds and succeed.

Getting Smart Podcast | Zoran Popovic on Accelerated Learning with Smart Tools

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In this episode of the podcast, Zoran Popovic, Director of the Center for Game Science at the University of Washington, chats about computer science, gaming, virtual reality and how we can help today's students be successful using artificial intelligence.

Tell Kids to Get Good at Stuff Smart Machines Can’t Do (Yet)

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Smart machines will change the face of the economy, and today's young people will need a different set of skills to succeed than past generations did. In particular, they will need to get good at things machines can not do.

Getting Smart Podcast | Stanford CTO Provokes Good Questions Online (and Off)

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In this podcast, Paul Kim, CTO and Assistant Dean at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education, chats with Tom about the importance of asking good questions and the future of learning in a world of AI and smart machines.

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