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New, free STEM programs from MOS At School!

Posted by EiE Team on Thursday, April 28, 2022

Can computers learn to see? Can you tell real from fake? How will climate change affect New England? Find answers to these questions and more with our new, free STEM programs for grades 4-8 with MOS At School

Available now through the end of May, these 30-40 minute webinars with our experts are sure to engage learners with real-world STEM lessons directly to your classroom. 

Check out our upcoming programs: 

Can Computers Learn to See? | Grades 6 – 8 | Register Now
From our own brains to self-driving cars, this presentation dives into the art and science of image recognition to see how artificial intelligence (AI) is fueling innovations in computer vision. We will explore these cutting-edge technologies, the new challenges they raise, and future possibilities for computers that can see.  

Deepfakes | Grades 6 – 8 | Register Now
Can you tell real from fake? Artificial intelligence techniques are becoming more powerful at altering visual and audio media. This presentation explores how deepfake technologies work, how to stay ahead of them, and how they can be used for the good of everyone.  

New England Climate Report | Grades 4 – 8 | Register Now
How will climate change affect New England? This interactive, virtual presentation explores stories of how warming ocean temperatures, urban heat island effect, and flooding are affecting Boston and the surrounding areas. 

Visit the MOS at School website to learn more and find programs for STEM learners in grades K-12! 

Written by EiE Team

Topics: EiE Resources for Teachers, Early Childhood STEM Education, Create a Generation of Problem Solvers, Virtual Learning, MOS at School, Climate Change

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