Artificial Intelligence Education Impact Assessment

Artificial Intelligence Education Impact Assessment

Our CEO Mr. Chandrakumar Natarajan, recently did a site visit to Panchayat Union Middle School, Chennai, in August 2022, to assess the impact of WiselyWise’s Artificial Intelligence Education Program implemented at the school, which included access to our age-appropriate AI Courses for Schools, and Teachers Professional Development workshops conducted by the WiselyWise teams.

The school had organized a very warm welcome. They had also invited the Block Educational Officer to attend the program. It was very satisfying to see how this school had welcomed the opportunity to introduce Artificial Intelligence to their students, and how the teachers had wholeheartedly involved themselves in acquiring the knowledge, and ensuring that each and every student got the opportunity to learn the AI courses provided by WiselyWise.

The students did presentations on their learnings, along with the teachers, and it was indeed wonderful to see how well the students had grasped the concepts and are also using their acquired knowledge in their day-to-day activities in school. Here’s a glimpse of the day’s program.

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WiselyWise is a leading Global AI EdTech from Singapore focused on Artificial Intelligence Education. Our Vision is to enable a better Digital Future for Everyone. We are committed to Solving the Twin Challenges of Employment & Employability by enabling Students’ Transformation through Digital Skills Enablement starting with Artificial Intelligence (AI). Artificial Intelligence is the 4th industrial revolution impacting our daily lives. It is predicted to create millions of jobs. Become a part of this AI Future with us. Visit to know more.

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Machine Learning in Python Online Program from National University of Singapore (NUS)

Machine learning is rated as #1 among The Best Jobs with a 344% rate of growth and a median salary of $146,085 per year as per the Employment Website The World Economic Forum estimates 85 million jobs will be displaced, yet AI will create 97 million new jobs by 2025.

WiselyWise, the leader in AI Education, is happy to bring you the prestigious Machine Learning in Python Program from the National University of Singapore(NUS).  

NUS ranks Number 1 in Asia across Universities and NUS’ programmes in the areas of Arts and Social Sciences, Computer Science, Design and Engineering, and Science were placed Top 10 in the 2022 rankings, according to the latest Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 

The Program is designed for Learners to study Machine Learning in Python over a 3 week period and to apply their learning to practical problems. Designed and Delivered by NUS Faculty, You will learn in a Unique hands-on Virtual Class Mode. 

This is an Open Course for the benefit of learners from several countries. You will learn in an Intensive Mode requiring Online Class learning and Offline study spread across 3 Weeks. At the end of the program, you will be presenting a Project focused on Real-world problems and their solutions. You will be assessed throughout the course and provided a Certificate of Completion.

As-A-Service Comes to CSR and ESG

As-A-Service Comes to CSR and ESG

Did you notice the Seismic shift in the CSR domain? CSR is now a bottom-up business imperative and no longer a top-down, discretionary initiative. This has given rise to a critical need for As-a-Service Platforms that can enable companies through technology, to address and impact social issues at scale. A Top Imperative is in Artificial Intelligence Skilling and Education that helps students and employees avoid becoming obsolete and ensures long-term opportunity and career advancement.

Why should you focus on AI UpSkilling?

65% of School Children will get into jobs that don’t exist today, thanks to the AI Industrial Revolution. 42% of Core Skills in all jobs will be replaced by AI. Unfortunately, Schools, Colleges, and Corporates do not have the necessary infrastructure or talent, or Scale to implement AI Skilling programs. 

Corporates want to take advantage of As-A-Service Platforms to step up, own, sponsor, and scale critical AI Skills education.

For Example, Amazon has rolled out, partnering with WiselyWise, a nationwide initiative to upskill their nominated School students.


Fortune 500 giants are engaging WiselyWise in their Outreach and Volunteer Programs furthering AI education in communities globally. Many Corporates, large and small, are seriously evaluating and investing in similar initiatives.


Our Profile:

WiselyWise helps corporates plug the gaps in AI Skilling Via WiseCentral As-A-Service AI Education Platform. With the help of Corporate Sponsors, we currently impact 150 Schools and 50,000 students, with amazing Outcomes, based on an International Curriculum aligned to Harvard’s Creative Computing Curriculum, MIT’s AI Strategy Course, and Content from AI Leaders like Amazon. For corporates, adopting our Platform allows them to satisfy their stakeholders as now the engagement becomes real, easy, authentic, scalable, and measurable. 

How do under-resourced schools minimize the gap between themselves and their global peers?

How do under-resourced schools minimize the gap between themselves and their global peers?

The question uppermost in the minds of School Administrators, Principals, CSR Leaders, ESG Decision-makers, and Policymakers seems to be common globally.

How do schools that are disadvantaged due to a variety of factors, ranging from Infrastructure to Conflicts, keep pace with other schools in the Digital era? How do they enjoy the fruits of the Digital Transformation initiatives sweeping worldwide?

Else this is leading to a growing Digital Divide increasing the gaps in society from financial to economical status to healthcare impact. Not to forget the impact on a country’s economy due to lack of talent unable to fill in the high demand for Digital Skills.

Top of the wishlist comes the topic of Artificial Intelligence Education for K-12 Schools. Why? because it’s important to start early for technology Skills and it’s proven to pull out a family from the Poverty Cycle in one generation ( as opposed to 6 generations via traditional interventions). Start late and you find most students have dropped out or are unable to cope with the demands of studying technology especially Artificial Intelligence.

Here are action items to follow:

  1. Invest in Skill Development Programs for Teachers and Administrators
  2. Spend on age-appropriate AI Education Programs for Students at all age-groups
  3. Expand your Digital Infrastructure as Focus area
  4. Implement multi-lingual AI Programs which benefits non-English Students
  5. Adopt 360 degree programs which include discussions on AI Ethics, Bias, Data Security

Examples of National Programs: ( Courtesy of PAN Topic Guide by the Policy Action Network )

In India, a national strategy on AI by NITI Aayog28, a governmental think tank, considers the role of data-driven technologies in education. The strategy reviews challenges faced by the education sector, many of which are similar to South Africa, and suggests ways in which AI may assist. For example, a key challenge is ‘imparting quality education to India’s linguistically diverse population’, for which India anticipates exporting AI-based solutions to other developing countries. Other opportunities include personalized learning and automating administration. A collaboration between Microsoft and the state of Andhra Pradesh predicts school dropouts using ‘gender, socio-economic demographics, academic performance, school infrastructure, and teachers’ skills’. The strategy also suggests that implementing AI must be preceded by the digitization of curriculum and teacher and student performance, and highlights risks related to data security, potential bias in algorithms, and commercial use of personal data.

In 2017 the State Council of China published the Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan.29 This plan includes building and attracting high-end AI talent, as well as establishing AI-related courses at elementary and middle school levels. High schools now have an AI course added to their curriculum, and the revised IT curriculum focuses more on ‘data, algorithms, information systems, and the information society’ rather than computers and the Internet. On the higher education side, as of May 2018, China had established more than 30 AI colleges and is encouraging a multi-disciplinary approach to qualifications through compound majors involving, for example, AI and biology, psychology, law, and education.30 AI-enabled systems are also being used widely for the management of campus environments – to control access to facilities, track attendance at classes and stop ‘ghost writers’ sitting for exams – all of which raise concerns about the use of personal data and whether this level of monitoring is warranted.

In a report commissioned by the Australian National Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE)32, the authors suggest that AI could provide some benefits in the form of personalized learning, but notes that the technology is in the early stages of development and places a relatively strong emphasis on developing ethical and legal frameworks to prevent harm, non-discrimination and ensure accountability. More broadly, the DESE aims to strengthen STEM literacies through a number of initiatives, including an investment of AUD$1.5 Million into ‘the development of a range of curriculum resources to assist with the delivery of AI and emerging technologies content and the associated general capabilities in the Australian Curriculum.’ They have also set up an online resources hub, a teacher professional learning programme, and access to new technologies via the National Lending Library.

We have worked with leading Corporates, Schools, Foundations, and Government agencies in designing, developing, implementing AI Education Programs. You may wish to read more case studies here:

The time to act is now !

Virtual Convocation Ceremony for Lila Girl Scholars on successful completion of  WiselyWise’s AI Education Program

Virtual Convocation Ceremony for Lila Girl Scholars on successful completion of WiselyWise’s AI Education Program

WiselyWise is proud to be a partner to the  Lila Poonawalla Foundation, to provide Artificial Intelligence Education Programs for the Lila Girl Scholars! We are delighted to announce that WiselyWise is conducting a Virtual Convocation ceremony for close to 180 plus Lila Scholars, who have successfully completed our Artificial Intelligence courses. It is a first of its kind virtual event, to celebrate the success of the Lila Scholars! We are honored to have Mrs. Lila Poonawalla (Recipient Of The Padma Shri Award, 1989), Chairperson, LPF as our Chief Guest, who will be inaugurating the event on 3rd August 2021! 

About the Courses engaged:

The Lila Girls have gone through 2 of our Courses:

Basics of AI without the Hype: This course gives a solid foundation in Artificial Intelligence Concepts, and introduces the learners to the main applications of AI starting with Chatbots, Robotics, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing. With Quizzes, Assignments, and Projects, learners gain a holistic understanding of the world of AI.

Conversational AI Foundations: Conversational AI is the future of Artificial Intelligence. Skills predicted to be in hot demand would be in designing and developing Chatbots, Interactive Voice Assistants, and related areas. In this course, learners can learn the concepts first, technology second, and finally, develop their very first AI Agent through hands-on lessons. This course covers areas of importance like Human intent and not just the technical programming aspects. 

It has been an exciting journey, that started in 2019, and we look forward to enabling many deserving young minds in Artificial Intelligence in the coming years.

For more details on the Convocation Event, please see the video below:

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