Predominantly, artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability for a computer or machine to mimic certain types of human intelligence, such as learning, problem solving, seeing and understanding images or language etc.
You can use all these AI resources below to help you develop your ideas throughout the Prize.
Do you know the difference between narrow AI and general AI?
Check out our AI factsheet for more information about what AI is and how it works.
This AI glossary can be your cheat sheet to help you make sure you are using the right terms when you talk about your idea.
What does AI and ethics have to do with each other?
Use this worksheet to help you think about all the different ways ethics and AI are linked – and make your application even stronger!
Have a bit of fun exploring cool and interesting AI experiments and play some pretty awesome games!
This is technology that can learn from huge amounts of data.
This is technology that is able to see and understand the physical world in a similar way to us – you will need a webcam
This is technology that understands us when we speak or write and can speak or write back to us
Explore Google Teachable Machine:
Teach a machine and create your own unique moves for the machine to learn!
Play with Move Mirror
Move to find images, and create your very own Gif!
Both a game and an experiment, play around and see how good the AI is at understanding phrases and references.
Google Quick Draw
Learning is fun! Don’t believe me? Give Google Quick Draw a go and explore how AI learns by playing with it!
Ever wanted to conduct your own Orchestra? With the power or machine vision you can!
Explore Talk to Books
Ever had trouble finding that perfect book?
Maybe AI can help you out with that, why not try: