FAQ

Puerto Rico AI FAQ

Puerto Rico AI Frequently Asked Questions

Who started Puerto Rico AI? 

Hilaire Fuji Shioura, founder of California School Inc. started Puerto Rico AI.

What is Puerto Rico AI?

Puerto Rico AI is a dedicated Internet space to advocate for the teaching and learning of Artificial Intelligence for educators, students, high  schools, and colleges.

Where would Puerto Rico AI be taught and learned?

Puerto Rico AI is a dedicated Internet space to advocate for the teaching and learning of Artificial Intelligence in our high schools and colleges in Puerto Rico.

When will Puerto Rico AI be available for teachers and students in Puerto Rico?

Puerto Rico AI will be available as soon as we acquire approval and funding by the Department of Education in Puerto Rico. 

Why should teachers, students, and their families help Puerto Rico AI get approval and funding from our Department of Education in Puerto Rico?

Because Puerto Rico AI is the only high school and college ready educational initiative in Puerto Rico that has a student-centric plan to assist teachers to instruct Artificial Intelligence so that high school and college students can learn highly employable, good paying, and teleworking capable skill-sets that are in high demand. In addition, Puerto Rico is home to a large number of bilingual teachers and students of English and Spanish that are United States citizens; that makes them an ideal workforce for our United States Government technology jobs that require US Citizenship. Furthermore, Puerto Rico is ideally located geographically to become a premier incubator of Artificial Intelligence research and development, trade and commerce for Latin America.

How would Puerto Rico AI be taught and learned by students in Puerto Rico? 

Puerto Rico AI has a student-centric educational model called ASPIRE. ASPIRE stands for Artificial Sciences (aka AI), Programming (Python, R, etc.), Internetworking (switches, routers, servers, etc., Robotics (automation), Environment (ecology, farming, etc.). 

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