The Aloha AI Network is a collaborative infrastructure/service for students to use as they learn the fundamentals of AI machine learning, deep learning neural networks, and computer vision. Designed to be student-friendly, but industrial strength, the Aloha AI Network consists of three parts: Toolbox “edge” hardware sensors that are setup locally, in-depth training and eLearning tools from Oceanit experts, and an app utilizing cloud platform services to process captured data in a shareable, collaborative way.
With Aloha AI, students tap into their creativity and design thinking processes to come up with ideas to use this AI data (e.g. keeping track of school library/cafeteria/parking usage, benchmark it against other schools, and so on). The objective of Aloha AI will be to establish a structure where students are collaborating to train their own models, develop novel uses, and build upon one another’s breakthroughs using the Aloha AI toolbox. One example of an Aloha AI project that the PSHF supported involved public school students helping the Department of Transportation with a traffic study.
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The Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation is a community-based non-profit organization founded in 1986 that is dedicated to strengthening the quality of public education in Hawaii by advancing innovation from within. Our programs and initiatives are designed to encourage those in public education to continually challenge themselves in pursuit of educational excellence. In addition, we help to equip students with the skills necessary to take on the challenges of an uncertain future.