AI for Youth Uses Intel Technology to Solve Real-World Problems
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India, June 28 -- In Bangalore, India, 10th grader Rahul Jaikrishna developed Cyber Detective - an artificial intelligence-based model that detects cyber bullying with an accuracy of up to 80%. Fourteen-year-old Jaikrishna was inspired after learning that "confession pages" created by school students - online diaries on social media where young people post confessions and secrets - often make teens easy targets for bullying.
Jaikrisha didn't learn AI programming in his everyday 10th grade syllabus. He picked it up via the Intel(R) AI for Youth program, which launched in 2019 in three countries and was offered at his school.
This year, AI for Youth will scale to nine countries. And by late 2020, program leaders hope to provide over 100,0...
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