Assisted Intelligence Companion does not run independently. A free tool for building apps is available by using MIT App Inventor, a web-based app-building system.
Anyone - even children - can build fully functional Android, iPhone, and Android/iOS tablet apps with MIT App Inventor, an intuitive, visual programming environment. The first MIT App Inventor app can be created in less than 30 minutes for those who are new to the tool. In addition, our blocks-based tool makes it much easier to create complex, high-impact apps in a fraction of the time it would take in a traditional programming environment. Through the MIT App Inventor project, all people, especially those under the age of 30, can become technology creators, and democratize software development.
Programs based on blocks inspire creativity and intellectual empowerment. In addition to this, MIT App Inventor offers kids the opportunity to make a real difference in their communities by achieving a social impact of immeasurable value. App Inventors in traditional educational settings and outside of them have worked together to:
With AI Companion APK, you can create artificial intelligence
A major component of computing has been artificial intelligence (AI) since the 1950s. But AI systems have only been able to comprehend spoken language and classify images since 2000. In addition, only very recently have mobile devices had the technology necessary to perform significant AI computations.
App Inventor will soon include tools that allow even beginning students to create artificial intelligence applications that were considered advanced research a decade ago. It empowers students as creators of the digital future and provides new opportunities for students to explore AI possibilities.
There are tutorials and suggestions for student exploration and project work in The Art of AI with MIT App Inventor. In addition to the lesson plans, slides, and unit outlines, each unit contains assessments and supplemental teaching materials aligned to the K12 Computing Standards of the Computer Science Teachers of America (CSTA).
Students create projects and programs to realize their ideas through MIT App Inventor, an active constructionist learning initiative.