Artificial Intelligence has huge potential, and Professor Zhigang Zhu, a computer scientist from the City College of New York, is passionate about using this potential for social good. This resource introduces the SAT-Hub project, which has seen Professor Zhu and his collaborators designing assistive technology that will provide better location-aware services to underserved populations, such as people living with visual impairment or autism. It includes an interview with Professor Zhu and an insight into how to become a computer scientist. It also includes an activity sheet, which contains ‘thinking points’ (based on Bloom’s Taxonomy) to prompt students to reflect on Professor Zhu’s work, and challenges them to imagine what they could achieve as a computer scientist.
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