With the rise of Artificial Intelligence technologies, we are seeing deep impact on privacy and consent. Certain populations can’t consent for themselves, and so consent is granted or denied by other parties. These populations include babies, children, and unconscious medical patients.

Jennifer Sydeski Hurd will guide this conversation for early childhood educators, technologists, and the data curious. No expertise required!

Here are some thoughts to consider together when AI technologies are applied to or build from these populations:
-Do these populations face distinct risks, even if the legal requirements for consent are met?
-If so, what might those risks be?
-Is a higher standard of ethics in demand for dealing with these populations?
-If so, how might we determine what that looks like?
-What are tangible take-aways for moving forward with this work?

As always, this is free, open gathering designed to forge and develop relationships between the educators, innovators, and change agents that make up the Remake Learning Network. Join us to discuss your craft, address issues, share opportunities, and connect to resources. Learn more at remakelearning.org/meetups

Lunch will be provided with a vegetarian option. Please help reduce food waste by letting us know if you need to cancel your registration. The cut-off date for special food request is September 13. Email Ani (address below) with requests.

Not quite sure what to expect? We’re here to help! Email Ani (ani (at) remakelearning (dot) org) with any questions or concerns.