Take part in a test of intelligence against an intelligent piece of paper!
This introduces what an algorithms is and what a computer program is. It can also be used to start a discussion on what it would mean for a computer to be intelligent.
Video shows Prof Paul Curzon from Queen Mary University of London demonstrating the Intelligent Piece of Paper, with help from students and staff from QMUL.
See more of our videos on the Teaching London Computing YouTube channel.
- artificial intelligence
- computational thinking: algorithmic thinking
- Activity: The Intelligent Piece of Paper [PDF]
- Slides: The Intelligent Piece of Paper [PPT]
- Applet:The cs4fn online noughts and crosses programming game [LINK]
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