Over the course of eleven sessions at the Lexington Park Library, families will work through lessons which provides different concepts and activities that lead to the creation of a final project, an invention that solves a problem in their community using AI. Through the lessons, families learn foundational skills needed to utilize and explore aspects of AI, while participating in hands on activities where they get to actually engage in building AI agents. After completing all the lessons, families should have a well rounded understanding of AI and how it can be used to help solve tough problems in their own communities. Each participating family will have a chance to submit their inventions to the AI World Championship in San Francisco.
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This program is sponsored by The Patuxent Partnership.
December 9: Program Wrap-up and Celebration
December 16: Optional Make-up in case of cancellation
Can’t attend all eleven sessions? Join and complete Technovation Families at home!