Show Students How Machine Learning Works With Teachable Machine
With Teachable Machine, a project by Google, students use the camera or microphone on their device to train their computer to see or hear something and predict what it is. Advanced students can then export this model as code and use it for creative projects. Use the site to introduce machine learning to students, and have students start with the tutorial. Students can work in groups to determine what input (from the camera) should produce which outputs. 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 such as interactive guides, examples of student experiments, and video explainers to motivate advanced learners or inspire a class that's just beginning to learn about artificial intelligence. Learning doesn't have to be limited to coding or computer science classes, however. Art or music classrooms could use Teachable Machine to create more expressive projects.
For more, check out our review of Teachable Machine: https://www.commonsense.org/education/website/teachable-machine
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