Report: AI and the Rights of the Child

Young people's views and perspectives

This report presents the views and perspectives of young people on artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on children's rights. It is the outcome of the collective work of a panel of young persons (n=18) who engaged with researchers and experts of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission in spring 2021, following the principles of participatory research.

The young panellists shared their views on the way AI could positively affect children's rights and, or conversely, how it could challenge them. The report outlines what young people told us about AI, and about their concerns for their educational paths and future work. But the report also sets out proposals about AI to direct it positvely in the future, such as by developing more knowledge on AI and the competences of children and young people.

Authors: Stephane Chaudron & Rosanna Di Giola

Source: Chaudron, S. and Di Gioia, R., Artificial Intelligence and the Rights of the Child - Young people’s views and perspectives, EUR 31094 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2022, ISBN 978-92-76-53101-2, doi:10.2760/272950, JRC129099.

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