What do we know about youth and #AI? @SandraCortesi is sharing their imaginaries, from research of the youth and media team at @BKCHarvard, & concerns that youth don't have a say in AI development, yet are affected by deployment in schools. Concerned about wellbeing & privacy.
How does an innovation ecosystem look like? how can we map it? some insights from our workshop with Norwegian social innovators at the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society @BI_NCIS link.medium.com/EHt0RZjoCS
What do we know about how youth engage with #AI tech? What questions should we ask? Check out our new piece at the intersection of AI and youth in domains such as education, privacy and safety, the future of work, and more! Read here: cyber.harvard.edu/publication… #yamspotlight pic.twitter.com/zUh9mr8Hvr
El amor no es un crimen. La discriminación no es una opción. Usemos la #educación contra la intolerancia y el odio. Hoy es el #DiaContraLaLGTBIfobia. ℹ️ on.unesco.org/2IDiznU #IDAHOBIT🌈#LGTBIfobia 🏳️🌈 pic.twitter.com/Aqma4H7Ttm
From baby photos in the cloud to students' electronic health records, parents, educators, and other adults are developing digital dossiers for children. Leah Plunkett's forthcoming book explores the impact of "sharenthood”— adults' excessive digital sharing of children's data. twitter.com/LeahAPlunkett/…
The BKC community is leading, hosting, & participating in 35+ talks, workshops, and panels @rightscon 2019. Check out some of the topics, from combating misinformation to understanding the digital language divide, to catalyzing sustainable development cyber.harvard.edu/story/2019-…