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Across the globe, Artificial Intelligence is transforming the way we work, socialise and deliver services. While AI has been around for decades, advances in the layers of technology required to make AI work have made significant advances resulting in an increase in the capability and complexity of AI available to the public, and its increase in everyday use.

Understanding the strengths and limitations of AI is critical. There is no doubt that AI has great potential to improve our well-being and society but there is no guarantee it will do so. Ultimately, it must be people who determine the ethicality of AI and ensure that it is developed and used in a way that is positive and beneficial to all. For AI to be used and trusted by people, organisations and government it must be guided by sound ethical principles.

CSIRO Education & Outreach and Data 61 have combined to create a resource to explore responsible and ethical AI. Suitable for Years 5 and 6, and free to download, the resource includes lesson plan, presentation with presenter notes and curriculum mapping needed to navigate the concept of AI, and how it can be used responsibly and ethically.

Teacher resource

Responsible and Ethical AI Lesson Plan DOCX (47 KB)

Years 5 and 6 curriculum mapping – Responsible and Ethical use of AI DOCX (27 KB)

Presentation for students

Responsible and Ethical AI PPTX (14 MB)

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