Speaker Series| How AI Affects Our Kids Daily and What We Can do

Speaker Series

How AI Affects Our Kids Daily and What We Can do


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In today's digital world, children are growing up alongside artificial intelligence (AI).

On NOV 14, from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM, join us in the LFSF Theater for an Speaker Series event: "How AI Affects Our Kids Daily and What We Can Do."

At this event, we'll delve into the omnipresence of AI in our daily lives and how we can guide our children through this technology-driven landscape. Our speakers will highlight where AI intersects with our children's lives, sharing valuable insights into the development of young minds and providing tips for safe and intelligent AI usage.

The speakers:

Grégory RENARD is a world-leading expert in applied Artificial Intelligence with over 25 years of experience. His work focuses on the ethical and societal implications of AI, akin to the historical significance of fire or electricity. RENARD's contributions have been celebrated by peers in the AI field and was recently honored by NASA, which awarded him the 2022 merit prize in AI applied to Space and Earth science. He advocates for AI education and responsible productization.

Mathilde CERIOLI bridges cognitive neuroscience and AI, offering a unique perspective on how AI interacts with human cognition, especially in children. Her work extends to practical applications, where she consults for leading edtech and gaming companies. CERIOLI's passion lies in creating tools for child development and ensuring the safe integration of AI into children's lives.

Grégory RENARD'S Profile | Mathilde CERIOLI's Profile

Event Schedule:

- 30 min: Welcome, network, and enjoy light refreshments.
- 45 min: Keynote talk on "How AI Affects Our Kids Daily and What We Can Do."
- 20 min: Engage in a Q&A session with our speakers.

This event is an excellent opportunity for parents to gain a deeper understanding of the impact of AI on their children's lives and to connect with like-minded individuals who share similar concerns and aspirations for the future.


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