Introduction to Artificial Intelligence is a year-long course, in collaboration with The Coding School, offered virtually with live instruction by a Harvard researcher, and supported by MNOHS math teacher Dave Wilfahrt. Students must register for the full year-long course.
The course is designed for high school students to gain cutting-edge knowledge and skills in AI with a focus on Machine Learning (ML). , Throughout the course, students will work on real-world AI projects, culminating in a capstone project; hear from leading experts in AI from industry, academia and the military; and join a national cohort of future AI leaders.
Course materials: Online readings, weekly lectures, and virtual activities will be available week-by-week within the course.
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. CST
Lecture viewing is required, but students can watch the recording afterward if they’re not able to attend live.
Standards met: This is an elective course. It is recommended for highly motivated students who have met all the Minnesota Academic Standards in Math and who are interested in a more topical approach to math.
Credit: 1.0 (year-long course, 0.25 credit per quarter)
Honors Opportunity: Yes. Students who complete the standard course work with a grade of B- or higher, and participate in the class blog, will automatically receive the honors designation with their grade.
Prerequisites: Permission of your school counselor