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Department of Informatics People and Computing Lab

Storytelling for ML and AI Education

a machine imitating a child's movements


As smart devices and technologies with intelligent components progressively become part of more and more aspects of our daily lives, the need to understand these technologies increases. School curricula are being adjusted to this necessity. Consequently, researchers aim to find answers to what specifically and how it should be taught. Our research explores storytelling as an instrument for machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) education.

Towards this aim, we created three research projects.

  1. Studying existing stories in entertainment media that depict intelligent technologies
  2. Creating guidelines for children’s book authors to foster meaningful and conceptually sound depictions of intelligent technology
  3. Developing a storytelling game to teach children and adolescents complex concepts of machine learning and artificial intelligence in a classroom environment

Open Projects

There are currently no open student projects or student theses.

Reports and Publications