Fifth-grade students show research results

The International-Baccalaureate curriculum was introduced to Shanghai about eight years ago, and it’s bearing fruit. In their research studies, school students in the IB Primary Years Program are examining issues central to our age. One of the city’s international schools has put on an exhibition today to showcase research findings and suggest solutions.A group of three students chose to investigate artificial intelligence, and even assembled their own robot. They say their interest in AI came from this owl-like creature named Furby, one of the world’s first AI robot toys. The group focused on the history and changes that artificial intelligence has had on the world, as well as the good and bad aspects of artificial intelligence.”We researched on the Internet mostly. I went to three libraries in Shanghai, but I…

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