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Understanding Intelligently Artificial Intelligence : a citizens' open formation

Abstract : Our whole society is and will be deeply impacted by digital science and this takes a new qualitative and quantitative turn with what is named artificial intelligence (AI). We must allow everyone to master, thus understand how all this works. This means computational thinking discovery and machine learning initiation. Directly inspired by the Finnish initiative to train 1% of its population on these subjects and after our success in providing a hybrid formation on computational thinking for teachers and citizens not familiar with computer science where more 45000 persons have been reached, yielding a satisfaction level higher than 90%, we have built and now operate a citizen training in AI in the broad sense, intended to a large public beyond the school domain, with the goal of giving rise to an ubiquitary citizen university in digital science and culture
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Frédéric Alexandre, Robert de Barretin, Jade Becker, Marie-Hélène Comte, Martine Courbin-Coulaud, et al.. Understanding Intelligently Artificial Intelligence : a citizens' open formation. International Workshop on Education in Artificial Intelligence K-12 (EduAI), Jul 2020, Ifrane, Morocco. ⟨hal-02889682⟩

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