How to Teach AI with Experiments & Ethics

Artificial intelligence (AI) experiments can open up discussion of the human aspect of training algorithms and help them improve. In this podcast episode, Roberta Freitas shares AI Experiments that any teacher can use with students. Additionally, we discuss the morals and ethics of Artificial intelligence and the responsibility of users to report issues of bias and concerns with  AI and algorithms. Additionally, we discuss the practical needs of humans to be able to break out of the algorithms that can keep them chained to past behavior.

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Roberta Freitas

EdTech coordinator at Ibeu, an English Language School in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. GEG Leader and Google Innovator. Maker enthusiast, passionate learner, edtech lover! Outside school - a singer, guitar player, fashionist, traveler, and life lover!


Twitter: @beta_freitas


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