This is a Podcast by WiselyWise, from our series “ Impact of Education and Knowledge podcast series”. This series will cover the Impact of education and knowledge in day-to-day life. Our 3rd Podcast Episode is on Why it is important to teach AI to younger children, and How Scratch can be used effectively to introduce AI concepts.


00:00 Introduction to Pod Central

01:48 Why is it important to teach AI to younger children?

02:42 What is Scratch programming?

03:26 How scratch is useful in learning programming concepts for AI?

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