Young people will learn how to design machine learning algorithms that classify different data types including audio, text, and images, then use these algorithms to create their own project.
There are three stages:
Experience AI is a chance for young people’s imaginations to run wild! Building a machine learning model teaches many skills beyond coding, including learning about ethics, computational thinking and design, and it develops a broader understanding of the influence of AI on society.
You can download and use the challenge resources from anywhere in the world. You don’t need any previous computing experience to run the challenge — it’s for AI beginners.
Project submission is only open to educators and young people (up to age 18) who live in the UK. All submitted projects will receive expert feedback from the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
The Mentor Guide
Everything you need to set up and deliver the challenge with your young people. For those of you who already have a good working knowledge of how to make projects with AI and machine learning, you’ll also have access to a fast-track guide that jumps to the third stage of the challenge.
The Creator Guide
Use this set of learner-facing instructions to deliver the challenge. The guide is broken down into stages for flexibility of delivery and includes talking points for the planning and design of projects.
The Blueprint Workbook
This printable workbook is for young people to keep track of their work on the challenge and to record their ideas and inspiration.