Childhood in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

By | January 14, 2020

SOURCES: “Say Hello to Robokind.”

Science Robotics: “Improving Social Skills in Children With ASD Using a Long-term, In-home Social Robot.”

Science Daily: “Scientists Use AI to Develop Better Predictions of Why Children Struggle at School.”

De La Salle Lipa: “Students’ Startup Builds AI Therapy Toy for Kids with ADHD.” “Empowering Students to Function Better, Inside the Classroom and Out.”

National Public Media and Edison Research: “The Smart Audio Report 2019.”

YouTube: “Learn a New Language With Daily Dose and Amazon Alexa.”

The Washington Post: “Amazon’s Alexa Will Soon Be Teaching Your Child Manners.”

PC Magazine: “5 Ways to Be More Organized With the Amazon Echo.”

CNET: “5 Ways Alexa Can Help Your Kids Do Their Homework.”

Richard Freed, PhD, child and adolescent psychologist; author of Wired Child: Reclaiming Childhood in a Digital Age.

Elizabeth Milovidov, PhD, JD, assistant professor, American Graduate School in Paris; digital parenting consultant, Family Online Safety Institute.

Family Online Safety Institute: “Good Digital Parenting.”

Jen King, PhD, director of consumer privacy, The Center of Internet and Society.

Business Insider: “Facebook Has Been Collecting Audio From Some Voice Chats on Messenger and Paying Contractors to Listen and Transcribe It.”

Common Sense Media: “The Common Sense Census: Media Use by Tweens and Teens.” “Smart Speaker Installed Base to Surpass 200M in 2019.”

About Amazon at The Amazon Blog: “Everything Alexa Learned in 2018.” “Meet Milo!”

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