Empowering Teenage Innovation: A Milestone in Artificial Intelligence Education 

After more than two months of effort, the initial draft of the student's project collection, totalling over 200 pages, has been revised. It includes a series of projects completed by students from grades K6 to K12, covering topics such as intelligent court judgments, GP medical diagnostic assistance systems, early segmentation and automatic diagnosis of breast cancer, inspiring small-sample image generation, DNA automatic classification, and New Zealand vineyard data analysis.

As the research results of the children are published in international conferences and journals, we will gradually make the code public for other teenagers to learn from. The products they have developed will also be launched online for user testing simultaneously.

To our knowledge, this will be the first artificial intelligence textbook presented from the perspective of teenagers, with projects as units, elucidating machine/deep learning. The children use humorous language and their own designed drawings to present professional terminology, demonstrating their understanding of social sciences and demands, as well as mathematical model exposition.

I believe the contribution of these children lies in leading everyone out of the narrow, sensationalized, and panic-inducing misconceptions about AI and showing what real AI is. At a time when countries around the world are actively formulating strategies for teenage AI, it shows what teenagers can do in this field and what they are capable of achieving. You are seeds and examples.

I thank my students and their families, the library for providing opportunities for children's community speeches, which have boosted their confidence on the international stage, and the Ministry of Education for their attention and support expressed in their letter. In the new year, I hope the children will be able to find potential users and investors for their products, to showcase even more of their potential.