Experience AI was launched in September 2022 to help students and teachers learn about AI (artificial intelligence) technologies and how they are changing the world. New AI technologies are being released at an alarming rate and can be quite overwhelming to understand. With Experience AI you and your students canRead More →

As educators, we’re constantly seeking innovative ways to enhance learning experiences and empower students with future-ready skills. One powerful tool at our disposal is the use of digital images. From creation to manipulation, there’s a multitude of opportunities for pupils to unleash their creativity and develop a deeper understanding ofRead More →

Diffit for Teachers lets you generate printable or digital resources on many topics which can be altered for different levels and can generate ideas for class engagement. It is AI generated content, so will always need to be checked first, but it quickly generates resources in many formats ready forRead More →

Introducing Figure’s new robot – it is something to behold! The robotics world is abuzz with excitement as Figure, a leading company in the field, unveils its latest creation. This new robot isn’t just another machine; it’s a game-changer set to redefine how we think about automation. So, what’s soRead More →

Wassily Kandinsky was a Russian artists who experienced sounds as colours and colours as sounds! Chrome Music Lab as a beautiful experiment where students can simply draw a shape on the screen to hear corresponding sounds. The triangles will be rendered as percussion sounds and the lines, dots and circlesRead More →

AI image generation in Padlet really let’s your imagination soar! If you haven’t yet used Padlet in your teaching, it really is an amazing tool that can be used in so many ways. Basically, Padlet is a digital notice board that can be shared with students who can then collaborateRead More →

The Experience AI Challenge invites young people aged up to 18 to design and make their own AI applications. They will learn how to make a machine learning (ML) classifier that organises data types into different groupings that you specify. All the resources and support you need is made freelyRead More →

Machine Learning for Kids is a free tool that introduces machine learning (ML) by providing hands-on experiences for training systems and building things with them. It is so easy to use and there is a ton of support for both you and your students. Students will learn train machine learningRead More →

Are you ready to step into a world where science fiction becomes reality? 1X Technologies is doing exactly that, transforming the way we see robots and artificial intelligence (AI). In their latest venture, they’ve created something truly groundbreaking – autonomous androids that can learn and perform tasks by mimicking humanRead More →

The NSPCC has announced a new partnership with Common Sense Media to support online safety and understand the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on children. The partnership aims to: You can find out more by visiting the NSPCC website. For more information on the potential harms and concerns surrounding AIRead More →

Code a vibrant dance party while exploring AI concepts with top artists like Miley Cyrus, BTS, and more. Unleash your creativity during Computer Science Education Week! Students will be able to code their virtual dancer’s choreography and use emojis as AI prompts to generate animated backgrounds. This is a brilliantRead More →

Google introduces new updates to Search and Lens to help students solve trickier problems. This update makes it easier to learn how to solve complex math problems. Students would simply type the equation or word problem into the Search bar, or take a photo of the problem using Google Lens,Read More →

How do machines learn? This question is explored and demonstrated beautifully in an activity produced by Hour of Code. AI for Oceans introduces ML (machine learning) to students while addressing real-world environmental challenges. Machine Learning – How computers recognise patterns and make decisions without being explicitly programmed. In this activity,Read More →