BAE Systems STEM camp wraps up with A.I. project

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ENDICOTT (WBNG) — BAE Systems is working to bring up the next generation of scientists in the community.

The company wrapped up their STEM camp this Thursday in Endicott.

The camp, which started Monday gave 44 students between ages 12 and 15 the chance to work with BAE staff to learn about the career field.
Today was a presentation of their final projects, navigating a small A.I. automated vehicle through specially designed courses. According to BAE officials, though, this week was about so much more than just building robots.
“We’ve seen a lot of similar faces from kids who have been coming for the last couple of years,” said Jaj Rai, BAE Systems engineering director. “The ultimate goal is when they get into college they come in here for a, you know, internship and ultimately a permanent job to stay in the community.”
This is their third year hosting the camp, and a fourth is planned for next year.
WBNG Staff

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