AI Standards: A Comprehensive Approach to Digital Ecosystems
This course explores a comprehensive and holistic approach for the responsible use and development of technology, and how the responsible use and development of technology fosters learning and wellness outcomes. Topics include why children and student data are valuable and require protection and data governance, achieving better outcomes from technology today, and how to be better prepared to create, build, acquire, and implement new technology tomorrow.
What you will learn:
- Describe a comprehensive approach that supports responsible technology use and development
- Examine ways we can achieve better outcomes from existing technology in use
- Identify opportunities & risks from digital profiles, especially regarding children and student data
This course is part of the following Course Program:
AI Standards: Roadmap for Ethical and Responsible Digital Environments
Courses included in this program:
Who Should Attend: Organization-based stakeholders, senior leadership, designers, engineers, producers, suppliers and marketers who design products, services, and systems that support end user privacy and personal data. Technical staff or educators who implement educational technologies.
Dr. Marsali Hancock is recognized for her pioneering vision for youth protection in cyberspace; her leadership in shaping and distributing state-of-the-art, yet practical, countermeasures for online safety; and her relentless service to the most vulnerable in our information society. Ms. Hancock is a visiting scholar at Stanford University, Media X. She chairs the IEEE Standards for Child and Student Data Governance Working Group (7004). Ms. Hancock has sat on nearly 100 advisory boards including Google, AT&T, Comcast, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, and Verizon to name a few. She has also won multiple awards for her endeavors including the IEEE CQR Chairman Award.
Publication Year: 2020