The Intelligent Piece of Paper
An ice-breaker / thought exercise around how to define Artificial Intelligence. A piece of paper contains instructions for always winning Noughts and Crosses, as long as it goes first. Is the piece of paper intelligent or does it just have a clever algorithm written by an intelligent person? Is this really an example of AI?
|Year band(s)||5-6, 7-8, 9-10|
|Content type||Lesson ideas|
|Technologies & Programming Languages||Artificial Intelligence|
|Keywords||Artificial, Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, AI, Experiments, Machine learning, Unplugged|
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