22 July 2020 | Source: Oswaal Editorial Board
In an endeavor to introduce students in INDIA with AI learning courses, the CBSE has tied up with tech leader IBM.
Through this new curriculum, the CBSE aims to impart knowledge on artificial intelligence (AI) to the students in India.
This initiative is a part of CBSE’s Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action (SEWA) programme. Initially, the programme will be introduced to around 200 high schools across 13 states in India.
The curriculum has been structured around a course framework that takes into account basic knowledge (basics, history, applications), skills (design thinking, computational thinking, data fluency, critical thinking) and values (ethical decision making, bias) in AI.
"The objective of our exciting collaboration with CBSE is to help address some of those challenges by designing one of the most accessible and comprehensive gateways for students to begin their AI journey," Sandip Patel, General Manager, IBM India/South Asia said.