The future of AI is in the hands of our youth. Imagine a world where AI is used to solve the world’s most pressing problems, from climate change to disease. A world where everyone has access to the benefits of AI, regardless of their background or circumstances.
Two young girls, the 11th graders from Belagavi, Navhya Gakhar, and Shraavi Chindak, are leading the way in AI research. Under the guidance of Chetana Sarang, founder and CEO of Dattamsh Edtech LLP, they have conducted groundbreaking research on how high schools can prepare students for the AI-driven future.
Their findings, published in the prestigious peer-reviewed journal International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering and Management, provide valuable insights into the current state of AI education in high schools and identify areas where improvement is needed. Find the paper from the following link https://ijsrem.com/download/ai-powered-learning-the-next-frontier-in-education/
The research is a significant contribution to the field of AI education and highlights the importance of empowering Indian youth for the AI revolution. AI is rapidly transforming our world, and it is essential that our students are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the AI-driven future.
Chetana Sarang, an awarded startup founder and AI trainer from Belagavi, is committed to building AI talent in her region. She believes that AI has the potential to solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges, and she wants Belagavi youth to be at the forefront of this revolution.
AI is rapidly transforming our world, and it is essential that our students are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the AI-driven future. AI education in high schools can help students develop a range of skills, including:
- Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
- Computational thinking skills
- Data analysis and visualization skills
- Creativity and innovation skills
These skills are essential for success in a variety of fields, including AI, computer science, engineering, mathematics, and science.
Additionally, AI education can help students develop a better understanding of AI and its potential impact on society. This can help them to make informed decisions about how AI is used and to become more responsible AI citizens.
The future of AI is bright, and it is all thanks to the young minds who are shaping it. Navhya Gakhar and Shraavi Chindak are two shining examples of the talented and innovative youth that India has to offer.
Their work is a reminder of the importance of investing in AI education and empowering Indian youth for the AI revolution. Dattamsh continues to move one step ahead each day towards empowering the youth of Belagavi for the AI revolution. What are your thoughts on the importance of AI education in high schools? Share your thoughts in the comments below!