Updated September 2019

Teachable Machine

Introduce machine learning to students without using code

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3–12
Subjects & Skills
Science, Critical Thinking
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With Teachable Machine, a project by Google, students use the camera on their device to train a machine through artificial intelligence (AI) to display a GIF, play a sound, or produce a line of speech. Use the site to introduce machine learning to students, and have students start with the tutorial. Kids can work in groups to determine what input (from the camera) should produce which outputs (such as a GIF) . Take the time to discuss what students learned after experimenting, and make connections to other machines like Amazon Alexa. Then, use the numerous extension materials like interactive guides, examples of student experiments, and video explainers to motivate advanced learners or inspire a class just beginning to learn about artificial intelligence. Google claims to keep all training locally on your device, but make sure you're following the privacy rules of your school. Also, check out other sites like Machine Learning for Kids

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