Youth and Artificial Intelligence: Where We Stand
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CitationHasse, Alexa, Sandra Cortesi, Andres Lombana-Bermudez, and Urs Gasser. 2019. Youth and Artificial Intelligence: Where We Stand. Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society publication.
AbstractWhile much has been written about the impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on society more broadly, little work has focused on how youth (12-18-year-olds) interact with and are impacted by AI. This spotlight reviews recent literature and examples on artificial intelligence and its impact on the lives of youth in domains such as education, health and well-being, creativity and entertainment, and the future of work. This piece is not intended to be a comprehensive discussion of all the challenges and opportunities that AI presents for young people; instead, the spotlight aims to highlight some of the Youth and Media team’s initial exploratory learnings and questions around the interplay between AI and youth. The main aim is to share preliminary observations as well as highlight questions for a concerned public audience and provide different entry points for further exploration our team is pursuing.
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