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The Day of AI Australia
Impact Report 2022

The Day of AI was brought to Australian schools in 2022 with the mission to nurture the next generation of tech innovators, inventors and creators and inspire them to pursue computer science career paths and fill the thousands of AI-related jobs that will exist in coming years.

"If students can learn the tools and harness the power of AI, then as they go into the workforce they have the skills and knowledge to make their world and their communities a better place by using these technologies to solve the problems we as a society face every day."

Micah Wilkins, Teacher, Camberwell Girls Grammar

HERE’S OUR IMPACT
IN YEAR 1:

Classroom Registrations
0

50*

Teacher Net Promoter
Score (NPS)

* An NPS score refers measures the loyalty of a company’s customer base with a score from -100 to +100. This score comes from answers to a question such as, “How likely are you to recommend the Day of AI to your networks?“.
An NPS score of 50 is well above average.

The Day of AI is a growing movement

Students from across the country won work experience at some of Australia’s top technology companies.

“I was very grateful for the awesome opportunity and to everyone involved for making it possible…it was a great experience and I would do it all over again.”

Work experience student from Somerville House, Queensland

“I’ve seen the future and I know what I want to work towards achieving.”

Regan, Student, McClelland College, Victoria

The Day of AI is returning to classrooms on Thursday 18 May 2023

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Students have already registered

TAKING PART IN THE DAY OF AI IS SIMPLE:

WHO WE ARE

We know that anything is possible when the right minds come together. It’s through strong collaboration and trusted partnerships across government, the education sector and leading technology companies that we can pave the way for students to thrive in a tech-driven world.

DOAI is a not-for-profit initiative made by possible by:

PROJECT PARTNERS

The Day of AI has been developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and i2Learning, in partnership with UNSW, CSIRO and CS in Schools.

CORPORATE PARTNERS

It’s thanks to the generous support of our partners and supporters that the Day of AI is made possible at no cost to educators or schools. Together, we are passionate about providing Australian students with more STEM opportunities to help them to shape the future.

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