Artificial Intelligence, Computational 

Cameras, and Visual Media Curriculum 

for Middle School

The ImageSTEAM AI and Computer Vision Curriculum project is  a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded program designed to introduce AI and computer vision concepts to middle school students through the development of innovative learning activities in visual and computational media. Our focus is encouraging students to pursue interests in STEM and empowering teachers to train the next generation in upcoming AI technologies that will be prominent in the 21st century. 

The program is for both students and teachers. Teachers who participate in our program are paid and are provided training in these areas, help co-create curriculum, and conduct classes in summer research workshops with students. Students participate in research workshops and learn tools and concepts in visual media and AI. All curriculum will be made freely available. 

See our in-progress work on our Curriculum page. All instructional videos created for the program are available: Videos

The program is a partnership between ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering and the University of Georgia, supported by the NSF. Read about our team.

Introduction to ImageSTEAM Program