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Use case #2 - AI & Online Safety for children and other vulnerable groups

This session will focus on Online Safety for children, designated groups, algorithms, digital and online safety under the EU Digital Service Act (DSA) and UK's Online Safety Act).

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Use case #2 - AI & Online Safety for children and other vulnerable groups
Use case #2 - AI & Online Safety for children and other vulnerable groups

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May 21, 2024, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

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Use case #2 - AI & Online Safety for Children and Vulnerable Groups

This session will focus on Online Safety for children, designated groups, algorithms, digital and online safety under the EU Digital Service Act (DSA) and UK's Online Safety Act).

Here are some issues we will address during this panel discussion:

  • Personalisation and socialisation (it is a dilemma for children with disabilities as AI is supposed to help with personalised learning but this could mean more isolation for children who are sometimes marginalised)
  • The importance of awareness assessments what does the child need to know when and how? In order to accompany transparency goals.
  • Children in crisis situations with disabilities still have trouble finding the right help or contact(based on specific needs). Sign language can be needed for instance.

Generic guidelines 'for all children" work partly for children with disabilities. It is a basis but what works for 60 or 70% of the children will probably not work for edge cases. This is why many researchers like Jutta Treviranus advise more consideration for these edge cases in AI modelling.

Agenda

16:00 Welcoming Remarks & Introduction to IWIB4AI and the use-case by Tatiana Löttiger

16:05 Panel discussion (40 minutes) 

16:45 Q&A 

17:00 End 

Panelists (More panelists to be announced)

Maud Stiernet is a consultant in AI, Accessibility and Children’s rights.

She started her career in the Tech sector and then specialized in Children’s online rights and more specifically children with specific needs using assistive technology to participate and contribute to the online world.

Maud is co-chair of the W3C Accessibility for Children Community

And ICT expert Committee for European Disability Forum

She is a member of AI4Belgium, Eurochild, ForHumanity and the International Association of Accessibility Professionals

Welcome!

IWIB4AI Team

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