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MIT AI Literacy Units

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App Inventor

App Inventor is a visual, block-based programming language for building mobile apps. See Tutorials (https://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/ai2/tutorials)

Rock Paper Scissors Tutorial

MIT App Inventor
Use Rock Paper Scissors to create a program that allows the machine to observe and learn from its user’s game choices using a Markov Model!

Therapist Bot Tutorial

MIT App Inventor
Can an app on your phone be your next therapist? This tutorial will show you how to make your own therapist bot app using App Inventor.

Personal Audio Classifier

MIT App Inventor
This student guide/tutorial shows you how to use the Personal Audio Classifier website to train an audio model using short 1-2 second recordings.

Dancing with AI

Personal Robots Group, MIT Media Lab
Dancing with AI is a curriculum for middle school students to build interactive AI projects using a series of new Scratch extensions allowing for natural interaction.

Facemesh Camera Filter

MIT App Inventor
Would you like to make your own facial filters? In this tutorial, we use facial landmark detection to create a filter camera using a new AI technology called Facemesh.

How to Train Your Robot

Personal Robots Group, MIT Media Lab
Bringing AI to middle school during Massachusetts STEM Week with i2 Learning.

Personal Image Classifier: PICaboo

MIT App Inventor
Students will learn how to train their own image classification model and program an app that can play peekaboo.

AI & Ethics for Middle School

Personal Robots Group, MIT Media Lab
The AI & Ethics Project is developing an open source curriculum for middle school students on artificial intelligence and its ethical implications.