Artificial Intelligence for Kids
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The educational technology company Robolink is coming out with a new robotics platform for teaching kids the fundamentals of programming artificial intelligence (AI). Hansol Hong is the CEO and Founder of San Diego-based Robolink. Hansol discusses their latest AI education product Zümi, which won an award at the 2019 International Consumer Electronics Show for innovation. Hansol also talks about their Kickstarter campaigns, the ethics of AI in self-driving cars, drones, and more. Related to this episode: • Robolink: • Kickstarter for Robolink’s Zümi: • Rokit Smart Robot kit” • Arduino microcontroller: • CoDrone: • Erector Sets: • UC San Diego: • OLED screens: • Herbie the Love Bug: • Raspberry Pi computer: • TensorFlow Keras for training learning models: • Three Laws of Robotics from Isaac Asimov: • “The truth behind Facebook AI inventing a new language,” an article written by AI CTO Roman Kucera: • OpenCV for machine vision: • NGSS = Next Generation Science Standards: • Common Core Standards: • Udacity courses on AI: • MOOC = Massive open online course • CES convention: • Best of Innovation Award at CES 2019: Subscribe and find more podcast information at: Support Pios Labs with regular donations on Patreon:, or send one-time contributions by buying us coffee: Thanks to our donors and listeners for making the show possible. The K12 Engineering Education Podcast is a production of Pios Labs:
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