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Children and artificial intelligence: risks, opportunities and the future

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Stefanie Ullmann.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/children-and-artificial-intelligence-risks-opportunities-and-the-future-tickets-266694980867

Children and artificial intelligence is a timely workshop that brings together experts from academic disciplines such as sociology, psychology, computer science and linguistics, as well as leading figures from regulatory bodies, the charity sector, and child-focused agencies. The event aims to explore the future of online safety, and how to harness the opportunities of language-based AI for children while also ensuring that potential risks are minimised.

Gordon Harold, Professor of the Psychology of Education and Mental Health, University of Cambridge

Fred Langford, Director of Online Technology, OfCom

Melanie Penagos, Independent Consultant and former Project Manager, AI for Children, UNICEF

Nayana Prakash, PhD researcher, Oxford Internet Institute

Dan Sexton, Chief Technology Officer, Internet Watch Foundation

Micol Spitale, Postdoctoral researcher, University of Cambridge

Katie Winkle, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, KTH Stockholm / Assistant Professor in Social Robotics, Uppsala University

The event is free but registration is required. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/children-and-artificial-intelligence-risks-opportunities-and-the-future-tickets-266694980867

This talk is part of the Giving Voice to Digital Democracies series.

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