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Insafe network meets to discuss the implications of artificial intelligence for children's online safety
- BIK Team
Today, the Insafe network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) begins a two-day training meeting in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This event is an opportunity for members of the network to share experience and good practice. Participants will learn more about the latest research around artificial intelligence and machine learning, while also discussing parenting for a digital future.Read more
- Italian Safer Internet Centre
The second edition of Fair Didacta Italy, the most important education trade fair in the country, took place in Florence from 9-11 October 2019. The fair aims to promote debate on the world of education among institutions, associations and entrepreneurs, and provides a meeting place between schools and companies in the sector. The Italian Safer Internet Centre (SIC), Generazioni Connesse, was present to promote its work.Read more
- Portuguese Safer Internet Centre
The Portuguese Safer Internet Centre (SIC) commemorated Safer Internet Day (SID) 2019 by promoting a series of activities and resources. The planning started early to organise an event called "Online for human rights" which encountered a wide audience, both among the general public and among policymakers who have an influence on the internet governance sphere in the country. As Thorbjorn Jagland, the Secretary General for the Council of Europe put it, "hate speech has become one of the most common forms of intolerance and xenophobia in Europe today (…) When the unacceptable starts to be accepted, becomes "the norm", there is a true threat to human rights".Read more