Teachers from the Royal Society Schools Network have identified various video excerpts (mini-clips) that can be used as lesson resources to help explore the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Each clip introduces an idea, such as ‘How do machines learn?’ to ‘Is it intelligence, learning or mimicry?’, and last just a couple of minutes. The excerpts are all taken from the You and AI lecture series, and are focused on secondary level learning.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning mini-clips
You can download a helpful curriculum linked guide, Using the You and AI lecture series in teaching, to explore the mini-clips in more detail and see some suggested classroom ideas and stimulus questions. The length of each video is noted below in brackets.
Age 11 - 16 (Key stage 3 and 4)
If you use any of these resources with your class, please do email us with any feedback you have so we can review the impact these resources are having in schools across the UK.