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    Posted: 14 February 2023

    Machines for good, a new european project on art, artificial intelligence and youngsters

    Can Artificial Intelligence be not only a tool but also a topic to discuss?

    Starting from this challenge, 4 European organizations - Baltan Laboratories, Fundación Zaragoza Ciudad del Conocimiento - FZC, Ohme project, led by Sineglossa - have launched a new project named Machines for good, under the CERV program.

    CERV means Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values: it’s a program launched in 2021 by the European Union and will run for seven years until 2027. It seeks to support and develop open, rights-based, democratic, equal and inclusive societies based on the rule of law. That includes a vibrant and empowered civil society, encouraging people's democratic, civic and social participation and cultivating the rich diversity of European society, based on our common values, history and memory.

    Machines for Good will contribute to achieve this goal by using AI not only as a tool but also as a driver of participation of youngsters, if combined with arts. To do so, the project plans a series of training workshops in each country where partners are based - Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain - aimed at adolescents and young people, in which artificial intelligence tools will be shown and used to critically address issues related to 4 technology challenges: technology and sustainability, technology and democracy, technology and climate change, and technology and community.

    From these workshops, a set of guidelines will emerge and will be discussed with local and international policy makers and stakeholders. Then, be published as policy recommendations to Increase awareness on Artificial Intelligence and its potential for participation.


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