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AI for Social Good: Empowering Youth to Be Resilient Against Cybergrooming

Ended Apr 12, 2024
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Full course description

Term: Spring 2024

Date: April 12th, 2024

Time:  9:30am - 3:00pm (1hr lunch time from 12-1pm)

Location: Torgersen Hall 1100 

Instructor: Sang Won Lee

Presented By: Department of Computer Science (CS)

 

Description:

This workshop is dedicated to exploring the pivotal role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in enhancing online safety, with a particular focus on the collaborative endeavors essential for fostering a secure digital ecosystem for young users. Tailored for a diverse group of participants, ranging from child safety advocates and educators to technology professionals, this event underscores the critical need for the ethical application of AI. It highlights the collective responsibility we share in addressing the complexities involved in protecting the digital domain for the next generation.

 

The workshop schedule and content will be available at the following link. 

https://people.cs.vt.edu/~jicho/cci-miniworkshop2024.html

 

Please fill out the Registration survey as well. (URL: https://forms.gle/bHJ8idnySaoVf87c8