Machine Learning for Kids


An detailed introduction to – a free tool for school children to learn about artificial intelligence and machine learning by making their own machine learning-powered projects.

I demonstrate some of the projects that children have made, and describe the lessons they learned through making them.

This is an updated version of a video I recorded a couple of years ago ( – updated to reflect things like:
– changes in the tool’s UI
– move from Scratch 2 to Scratch 3
– support for sound machine learning models
– support for Python projects
– MIT App Inventor integration
– support for using the site without registration

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  1. This is awesome. I have been looking for a way to inspire my 10 year old son to leverage his love of computers to create a machine learning exhibit at his upcoming science fair. Thanks very much for this tutorial and the application.

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