Alexander Scheidt

Alexander Scheidt, philosopher, childhood scientist & AI enthusiast. Studied in Hamburg, London, Berlin. Doctorate at the University of Leipzig on why questions and types of explanation. Since 2012 research assistant at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam in the field of education and social sciences. Before that, he worked at the KLAX elementary school and was a continuing education lecturer in the field of elementary didactics.

Research interests: epistemology, cognitive psychology and innovative pedagogy. Current project “AI kit”, together with Tim Pulver, which makes artificial intelligence accessible and understandable for non-programmers.

Information on the Any-Cubes project