AI For Kids-Advance

AI For Kids-Advance

$285.71 Exclude GST

Course schedule:

Start from September 22, 2018,

Every Saturday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm


1 in stock



Program Owners:

● East China Immigrants Society of Edmonton

● Edmonton Tianjin Association

● Alberta Artifical Intelligence Association


Our program partner:

-RoboMaster (University of Alberta, Robot Club)


We are living in a changing world, where AI (Artificial Intelligence) is affecting our life almost every day and programming is becoming an essential skill for nearly all modern industries. In fact, by 2020, it is said to be 1 million programming jobs left unfilled.

Learning computer programming at a young age is very beneficial. It can help kids build a structured and logical way of thinking. Kids can also feel successful at getting a computer to do what they tell it to do. In this highly digital world, learning how to program can certainly help our kids set up for a lifetime of job opportunities. As leaders of our future world, our kids need the power of coding to face their future competition!

Our Intermediate course will bring kids with basic programming skills to the next programming level. this course will focus on developing games and creating basic animation. During the course of coding games, we will teach basic artificial intelligence algorithm.



Class Language: English

Age of student: 12+

Prerequisite: Understand Basic Python Code; Know how to use loop, class, module etc.

Class Gear Requirement: Bring your own laptop

Time of Classes: Start from September 22, 2018, Every Saturday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Number of Lectures: 12


Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, Multi-Purpose Room B Subway Arena

2051 Leger Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T6R 0R9

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Mentor Bio: 

Chenrui Lei is the software team lead (2016 – present) in University of Alberta RoboMaster club who manages the research for RoboMaster in mobile robotics, computer vision, and artificial intelligent area. He and his software team participated in 2017 RoboMaster robotics competition representing University of Alberta team. Chenrui will bring his team to the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2018 – DJI RoboMaster AI Challenge in Brisbane, Australia this May. He is extremely passionate about robotics and AI area with tons of practical AI developing experiences through those competitions. He focuses on applying advanced AI techniques on practical robotics applications. He is also a master student in University of Alberta Computing Science specialize in multimedia.

Leo Ying is the President of AlbertaAI (Alberta Artificial Intelligence Association). He is also the CEO & co-founder of Boardee Inc., whose products enable to explore location-specific personalized information by learning user behaviors. Leo owns MSc (Tsinghua University, 2002) and Ph.D. degrees (University of Alberta, 2008) in machine learning and multimedia. Previously, Leo raised venture capital and commercialized his Ph.D. research. Leo also founded the largest BitTorrent search engine in China from 2003-2009.


This event is generously supported by AlbertaAI Sponsor SAS Canada, and  ECISE Sponsor-RBC





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