Hong Kong's Education Bureau has introduced an artificial intelligence (AI) curriculum for secondary school students, integrating AI instruction into the classroom and covering topics such as computer vision, robotic reasoning, ethics, and the societal impact of AI. Starting in September, the curriculum will include 10-14 hours of AI lessons to prepare students for the increasing role of AI in everyday life. More than 1,000 teachers are attending workshops to help them adapt to the new AI-focused approach to education.

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