Today’s learners need to know what artificial intelligence (AI) is, how it works, how to use it in their everyday lives, and how it could potentially be used in their future. Using AI requires skills and values which extend far beyond simply having knowledge about coding and technology.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Education for TeachersMacquarie University
About this Course
Macquarie is ranked among the top one per cent of universities in the world, and with a 5-star QS rating, we are recognised for producing graduates who are among the most sought-after professionals in the world. Since our foundation 54 years ago, we have aspired to be a different type of university: one focused on fostering collaboration between students, academics, industry and society.
IBM is the global leader in business transformation through an open hybrid cloud platform and AI, serving clients in more than 170 countries around the world. Today 47 of the Fortune 50 Companies rely on the IBM Cloud to run their business, and IBM Watson enterprise AI is hard at work in more than 30,000 engagements. IBM is also one of the world’s most vital corporate research organizations, with 28 consecutive years of patent leadership. Above all, guided by principles for trust and transparency and support for a more inclusive society, IBM is committed to being a responsible technology innovator and a force for good in the world.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) EDUCATION FOR TEACHERS
The course was valuable, my only request please give the certificate free if the students score more 60% in all. That can encourage because certificate matter a lot.
Thank you for this course. I learnt many things from this. This course was very informative and interesting for me..😊
Really good course! It is full of valuable information which can be transferred to the classroom.
Frequently Asked Questions
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I am not 'techy' — will I able to understand the content in this course?
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