I've been thinking if it would be possible to teach something about the basic mathematics behind Neural Networks / Deep learning to a class of 6th graders (12-13ys old). A 90-minute (max) lecture must be assumed.
I know that it maybe sounds like too difficult/impossible -- but I'd love to hear if there are any good ideas. We can assume that the students can each have their personal tablet in-class, and also there is a projector in-class, if that helps in any way.
The goal, assuming that a valid solution does exist, would be showing students one more cool application of maths; especially one that is everywhere those days.