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Seeking STEM Club for New A.I. Project

Does your school or organisation have a STEM club or similar and want to get involved with our new Maths Week Scotland project: A.I. Active? Young people will have the chance to work with researchers from Napier University and learn all about A.I. (Artificial Intelligence).

A.I. Active is a co-design project from Napier University that allows young people to test and share ideas around maths and technology. We are looking to work with a group of young people who meet regularly, to explore how artificial intelligence makes decisions, using games and sports rather than using technology. The project is looking to connect with a group within Edinburgh or Midlothian.

Over three sessions participants will learn about the topic in an exciting and hands-on way, develop their own ideas and provide feedback. No experience of artificial intelligence or machine learning needed.


  • Edinburgh or Midlothian based STEM Club or similar.
  • Take part in three sessions of 60-90 minutes. It wouldn't need to be consecutive weeks.
  • The ideal age range would be 8-12 year olds. However, due to the co-design nature, could work with older up to 16 year olds.
  • This could be during normal meetings times or outwith as long as space and support staff would be available.

To find out more, please get in touch with the project's facilitator Lisa Wilson via email at Lisawilsoncreative@gmail.com

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