|Zhao Xiaoguang, a researcher at the Institute of Automation, under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, gives a lecture on "Robots Change the World" to the children on October 11, in Beijing. [China.org]|
A group of pupils visited an artificial intelligence (AI) exhibition at the China National Museum of Women and Children (CNMWC) on October 11 in Beijing.
The activity was held by the CNMWC and the China Women's Science and Technology Workers Association.
The pupils understood the scientific principles and operation rules of AI (intelligent cars and robots and other products) through the exhibits and on-site science lesson.
At the event, Zhao Xiaoguang, a researcher at the Institute of Automation, under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, gave a lecture on "Robots Change the World" to the children. She explained the development history of robots, and showed the changes that robotics has brought to the world.
More than 110 students from third to sixth grades of primary school attended the lecture.
|Pupils watch a robot at an AI exhibition at the China National Museum of Women and Children on October 11 in Beijing. [China.org]|
(Source: China Women's News/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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