Technovation: Inspiring Girls and Families to Change the World as Tech Leaders, Creators, and Problem-Solvers
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Global problem solving through STEM: What Cisco’s nonprofit partners are doing to support learning at home
SXSWEDU 2020 – Panel Conversation
In the past 20 years, a breathtaking number of technological innovations have changed the way we live and work. To build a world where we thrive in partnership with automation and technology, we need to identify, preserve, and cultivate the skills that make us uniquely human: agency, collaboration, and creative problem-solving.
Technovation World Pitch 2019
Meet Technovation Girls’ finalists and hear how their apps remove invasive plants on farms, tackle opioid addiction, save dying languages, and more.
Technovation Families AI Launch Event, Santa Clara
We kicked the Technovation Families season off with a launch event in Santa Clara. Hosted by NVIDIA and in partnership with UNIVISION, children and their parents played, learned about, and explored Artificial Intelligence.
The Cooper Union New York City
Learn about the human and social implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning through the concerns and questions of NYC teens.
UNESCO Mobile Learning Week Paris
A panel event at UNESCO Mobile Learning Week, discussing using AI in education, gendered AI, implications of AI on issues of gender and equity and more.
SXSWEDU 2019 Austin, TX
Classrooms today are no strangers to coding, or even robotics―but few teach artificial intelligence. Technovation teamed up with NVIDIA to produce a curriculum demystifying AI for youth, teaching them real-world ways AI can be used for good.
Panelists identified steps organizations and industry leaders can take to address the gap between rapidly advancing technology and underserved communities, including how AI-powered algorithms can be developed and deployed, unintended effects AI could have on people, and creative strategies to educate and empower people.
MacArthur K-8 University Academy
Participants discussed what makes computers and humans unique and whether artificial intelligence could replace teachers. Detroit families shared their questions and concerns during this lively debate.
Panelists from industry, academia, research, and education discussed AI-powered algorithms, and unintended effects of advances in AI on underrepresented groups.
Panelists discussed the widening gap between technology sectors and underserved communities, including best practices for determining what types of data to collect, and immediate small steps parents and educators can take to begin learning more about AI technologies.