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Bringing Interdisciplinary Artificial Intelligence Curriculum to Students - By Stanford and MIT Grad

Updated: Mar 5

Guest post by Maddie

What do self-driving cars, Alexa, and iPhone’s face recognition technology share? Artificial intelligence (AI) advances are driving them, changing our world.

Whether you are interested in law, healthcare, art, or economics, AI is poised to revolutionize almost every discipline and industry in the future.

  • AI can diagnose patients based on medical scans, such as X-rays.

  • In sustainability, AI efficiently places energy sources (i.e., wind, solar, gas) across the country to maximize coverage.

  • In astronomy, AI models can be trained to detect and characterize exoplanets.

And these are just a few examples!

According to a 2020 article from Forbes, “One day, [AI] may help us eradicate war, disease, and poverty.” Therefore, future generations must learn AI to help solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.

Why Students Need to Learn AI

Each new technology brings benefits, risks, and hesitancy around how these tools influence society.

While we cannot wholly predict how AI will impact our society in the future, we can engage in critical conversations about the ethics of AI and the affordances of using this tool as a force for good.

We can also educate the next generation of students to understand how AI works and its potential impact. By learning about AI from an early age, students will be better positioned to confidently use AI through a lens of social impact.

Yet, despite the growing presence of artificial intelligence in various careers, there are few opportunities or resources available for K-12 students to learn AI concepts and software applications.

Because of this, Inspirit AI has developed courses to bring interdisciplinary computer science and artificial intelligence curricula to students worldwide.

About Inspirit AI

We started Inspirit AI to inspire students of all interests at an early age to understand and apply artificial intelligence to improve the world. Developed and taught by Stanford and MIT graduates, Inspirit AI enrichment programs expose curious students globally to AI through live online classes.

The potential to use this technology for good is limitless. We hope to bring the most recent developments in AI from courses and labs in Silicon Valley to empower students globally.

Project-Based Curriculum:

Our project-based courses expose students to real-world applications of AI, including medical imaging, disaster relief, and other social impact areas.

With a student-teacher ratio of 5:1, our program is developed and taught exclusively by instructors specializing in AI and education.

Global Impact:

Our courses have reached thousands of students across the globe. Our students have joined us from 70+ countries, from beginner to advanced levels!

School Partnerships:

In addition to our afterschool and summer offerings, we have partnered with schools nationwide, including Khan Lab School in Mountain View, Miami Country Day School, and Pilgrim School in Los Angeles.

Learn More and Encourage Students to Apply!

Students can apply to our upcoming afterschool and summer programs for elementary, middle, and high schoolers. Please consider sharing our programs with your students. Financial aid is also available.

For more information, please email

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