Neuranext Education is at the leading edge of STEM education in Australia, Director Adrian Tyson has inspired over 4200 students since March 2019 with Artificial Intelligence science and technology school incursions, after school, vacation care and holiday programs.
At Neuranext we are committed to delivering highly engaging experiential learning programs that utilise live implementations of A.I. Included in our programs are live computer vision tasks for object detection, human pose estimation and computer vision for self driving cars. We have recently added the very latest in A.I. powered quadruped robotics to supercharge student engagement with A.I.
Neuranext is a proud member of Amazon’s AWS EdStart program and NVIDIA’s Inception program for A.I. Startups.
Technology is evolving at such a rapid pace that is almost impossible for business and education leaders to keep up, let alone filter this new information through a syllabus into classroom practice. At Neuranext we seek to bring exposure to the cutting edge of science and technology to students in easy to understand, interactive activities that support the Digital Technology Syllabus. By demystifying and clarifying how these new technologies work we seek to empower young people to get involved, to spark their interest and go in the STEM direction in their education, to show them that they can participate, they can understand things like Artificial Intelligence, and to prevent them being left behind by all of this rapid technological change.
One of the key ways we teach about Artificial Intelligence is we get students to probe its weaknesses, to create data that is outside the training data, and get them to try to predict how the A.I. will deal with their data. This kind of interaction with the technology gets students thinking about the inner workings of the technology and drives understanding in students.