Exploring the impact of Artificial Intelligence
Join Voice Magazine and the Mozilla Foundation for an afternoon exploring the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on young people today. Discuss the good it might do, how it might be used in the future and what the product makers should consider - your privacy, how you want to use it, and how far it should go.
We invite 14-25 year olds to this afternoon which will allow you to get hands on with AI products, give you a chance to voice your thoughts and be considered as this technology develops.
You don’t have to be a techie, you don’t even have to know anything about how AI works. We want people to come along with all viewpoints, creator or consumer, to learn a bit about it and feed in to the conversation.
When: the afternoon will start at 1pm. We’ll finish around 4pm.
Where: We will be at The Royal Society of Arts which is right next to Charing Cross station in London. What: After an intro, we’ll go hands on with AI for a while, then have a break and get in to groups to discuss a few related questions for the last part.
Who: Anyone aged 14-25 who can make it
Any drinks? There’s free coffee and refreshments available.
Added Bonus: All attendees on the day will also get a free ticket to attend the Mozilla Festival weekend 26-27 October at Ravensbourne where you get:
-300+ workshops and sessions
-Immersive hand-on experiences with the latest tech
-Talks by leading voices from across the Internet health movement
-Network and community building at our Sunday Breakfast
-Engagement with artists as they respond to outcomes from sessions
-Lunch both days and unlimited hot drinks
Cost shouldn't be a barrier
If you need some help to attend the event, we do have a limited number of bursaries (money to cover your travel cost) available and you can apply for one on our Bursary Form
Reserve your space now
Please select this ticket type if you (or the attendees) will be under the age of 16 at the event. We will send you a consent form to bring with you.
Please select this ticket if you will be aged 18 or over on the day of the event. Please remember this event is designed for those aged under 26.
For any support worker, lecturer or teacher attending with a group of young people.