Research Webzine of the KAIST College of Engineering since 2014Fall 2023 Vol. 21
An AI-related art exhibition “AI with Weird Wonderland” aims to foster youth’s critical thinking competency about AI through an informal learning experience, with collaborations from AI developers, designers, and artists.
With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, today's youth are increasingly exposed to AI from an early age, encountering various AI-embedded devices and services. While AI offers entertainment and educational opportunities, it can also pose potential negative impacts and ethical dilemmas.
As a result, it is critical for the youth to develop AI literacy competencies that allow them to evaluate AI technology and use it effectively as a tool. Among various AI literacy competencies, critical thinking competency is crucial. This competency allows youth to critically assess AI, enabling effective communication and collaboration with AI-based systems.Recognizing this, many schools are implementing curriculum aimed at teaching ethical issues related to AI. Although class-based formal education aims to effectively deliver consistent and structured content to several students simultaneously, there is a limit for these classes to develop critical thinking competency for individuals because each person may have different ways of thinking.
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