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Pupils from Stonar, along with pupils from 11 other Globeducate schools, are embarking on a pioneering Artificial Intelligence challenge called hi!ai.
This transformative initiative will engage pupils from Reception to Upper Sixth, in a collaborative journey to delve into the realms of research, design and engineering, ultimately creating their own AI brains.
The project's ultimate goal is for Globeducate students from across the world to collaborate and innovate using AI. They will bring historical figures to life through the application of artificial intelligence, leading to a spectacular grand finale where these 12 AI “brains” will interact seamlessly in a virtual AI studio.
Matthew Way, Stonar's Headmaster, said: "AI is becoming an increasingly integral part of all of our lives, so this is an incredibly exciting project to be involved in - and a remarkable opportunity for our pupils."
At the helm of this groundbreaking project is Clara Hawking, Globeducate's Head of Artificial Intelligence, She will be working on this project with teachers from the schools, in collaboration with Project Leader, Elpis Anastasiou: Science Teacher, and Space Centre Manager at Pascal Private English School Larnaca—a Globeducate school in Cyprus. This school holds a unique distinction as being the first institution to develop an AI brain named AInstein, powered by Chat GPT.
As Globeducate continues to spearhead educational innovation across its 60+ bilingual and international schools, and online programmes in 12 countries, hi!ai stands as a testament to the group's unwavering commitment to STEAM education and to preparing pupils as global citizens, equipped with the skills and mindset to shape the world through cutting-edge technology and visionary thinking.