UNIST has embarked on the development of AI curriculum for Ulsan citizens.
On August 26, UNIST AI Graduate School signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ulsan Institute for Talent and Lifelong Education to accelerate their efforts to vitalize lifelong education in Ulsan.
In the memorandum of understanding, the two organizations have pledged cooperation for the development of AI curriculum for Ulsan citizens to improve their competencies in order to prepare them for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The UNIST Institute for Talent and Lifelong Education has been making efforts to provide high-quality curriculum to its citizens with the help of excellent faculty in Ulsan region, and thus has been introducing AI in education and preparing them for an AI-powered future.
The curriculums to be developed will be divided into a basic curriculum that can be easily understood by adults and students from elementary to high school level, as well as an advanced curriculum that requires deeper understanding and knowledge. In particular, the basic curriculum will be converted into an online format for use at home and schools, and thus will be available for Ulsan citizens.
These curriculums will be available via the website of the Ulsan Institute for Talent and Lifelong Education for pre-registration during the month of October. The advanced curriculum, which originally was designed as the type of collective learning, will be initiated in accordance with the COVID-19 response guidelines.
Meanwhile, the Ulsan Institute for Human Resources and Lifelong Education has been providing various educational contents through its official YouTube channel and website to improve Ulsan citizens’ accessibility to education.