In today’s episode I welcome you to the Museum of Non-Human Art, a brand new gallery full of art made entirely by machines, computers, algorithms, robots and other non-human entities.
Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.
In this activity, students will explore a variety of real-world applications of machine learning and use the information to consider the potential advantages and disadvantages that come along with it.
What if we had sensors the size of dust, that could float through the air undetected, talk to one another, gather information, and transmit that information back down to a central place?
With the latest version of its Watch and the imminent launch of its online training platform Fitness+, Apple is positioning itself as a leader in the health and wellness space.
In this STEM Pro Live!, you’ll meet Elyse Hallstrom, an engineer at Intel, who will talk to you about microchips, how they work, how powerful they can be, and what she goes to help made them.