"That’s AI" is a new free resource from EPFL Extension School that introduces you to the different facets of artificial intelligence.
“Girls Can Code” is a Swiss-based initiative that aims to address the under-representation of women in the digital sector.
Code.org is a non-profit organization, supported by Facebook, Microsoft, Google and Amazon, just to name a few. Its main objective is the promotion of coding worldwide. To do this, it promotes and makes available free lessons and activities for children and teenagers from 4 to 18 years old.
CodeMonkey promotes online self-learning through its different courses adapted to each student’s rhythm
Coding4Kids propose un apprentissage de la programmation en créant des jeux vidéos en 2D et en 3D
Course for parents and grandparents: In this 4-week course, Andrew Ng, Founder of DeepLearning.AI and Co-Founder of Coursera invites you to discover AI and insists that it is not only intended for engineers
Cours for Parents & Grandparents: Elements of AI aims to encourage as many people as possible to discover the meaning of AI, but also to present the possibilities and limitations of this technology.
Empowerment Lab is a unique course offer for teaching new technologies. It is specially formulated for young girls between the age of 12 and 18.
Futurekids offers one of the most active Swiss computer science and robotic classes. They provide courses for young people from 5 to 16 years old
Course for children & parents: This series of 7 short videos on Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the result of a collaboration between Microsoft and Code.org. It is a global approach to AI to give students from primary to secondary school, the opportunity to learn more about AI.
Machine Learning for Kids is a website that presents experiments and exercises for learning machine learning with a systems based on the Scratch
Cours for parents and grandparents: This French MOOC with English subtitles is intended for anyone wishing to understand what AI is.
STEP Academy Switzerland is part of a global network of private education centres developed in 21 countries.
TechLabs aims to encourage children and adults to discover new technologies through structured, project oriented camps, modules and workshops
Tekkie Uni has more than 300 teachers and is available in more than 220 countries around the world.
Tynker offer online course modules in the field programming or new technologies, and the platform assembles them together in catalogs adapted to the different levels of knowledge