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Parents' Guide to

The Age of A.I.

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Informative series demystifies artificial intelligence.

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This interesting STEM-themed series attempts to demystify the misconceptions surrounding artificial intelligence, and show the innovative work that goes into building it. It features many of the people and institutions taking a lead in the field, including folks like Academy Award winning bioengineer Mark Sagar (known for his work on King Kong and Avatar), and tech giants like Google. Celebs who actively promote STEM-education, including musician, are also visible. Teens and adults interested in STEM and STEAM will easily get caught up in the series, but those who are not may find it a little slow-going. Others may still question some of the thinking behind this technology, especially when it comes to using it to supplement human interaction. Nonetheless, The Age of A.I. offers a great educational opportunity to learn more about the technology from the creative people working in the field.

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