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AI Neural Networks: Nuvietown

  • Artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, and neural networks are omnipresent in today’s industries and products, including transportation, medical diagnosis, search engines, shopping and marketing, autonomous vehicles, social media, remote sensing, and many more. They offer machine learning-based techniques that can be used to solve large scale problems - problems that are out of reach of human capability given their complexity to both model and solve. We’ll take these concepts and apply them to NuVietown, a scaled down futuristic mini-city, where we will explore autonomous vehicles, algorithms for creating efficient transportation routes, and how to design single-robot and multi-robot behaviors for interacting with one another and the environment.

    In this studio, we’ll begin by discussing what it means to have machine intelligence. We’ll go deep into how artificial neural networks use statistical models (modeling biological neural networks) to process relationships and then use learning algorithms and optimization techniques to learn from observed data and improve their models toward an optimal solution. We’ll also learn about the power of deep learning to consume and process very raw input data in order to calculate a target output. Get ready to dive into deeper learning, and apply it hands-on in NuVietown!

    REGISTER HERE!

    Focus Skills/Subjects/Technologies:

       Machine Learning (AI, Deep Learning, Neural Networks)

       Physics (Electricity, Magnetism)

       Engineering

       Programming

       Electronics

       Robotics (Arduino, Sensors, Actuators)

    Prerequisites:

    • Enrolling students must be between the ages of 14 to 18 (or grades 9-12)
    • Students must have prior programming experience

    REGISTER HERE!