[Last updated: May 2020]
Security: The ability to protect the integrity of one’s information, digital devices and assets (e.g., login information such as passwords, profiles, and websites).
This is a relatively nascent area for the YaM team. While we are currently not working on a concrete publication in this space, we are interested in exploring possible collaborations. Please don’t hesitate to email us if you would be interested in discussing this area further together.
- Youth and Artificial Intelligence: Where We Stand
- [Pages 10-11 and 17-18] Offers a brief overview of, and emerging questions around, AI technologies, security, and education, and the privacy and security concerns that AI systems raise more broadly, respectively.
Key learning resources:
- Public Wi-Fi
- Cybersecurity, Phishing, and Spam
- Who Is Watching You?
- Collecting Personal Data
These learning resources are available in over 35 languages! To view the translations, for each resource, please scroll down to “All Languages.” Additional languages will be added over time.
To learn about how to navigate our Digital Citizenship+ (Plus) Resource Platform — home to an evolving collection of 100+ educational tools (e.g., learning experiences, visualizations, podcasts) that can be used to learn and teach about youth’s digitally connected lives — please see the following slidedeck, presented at RightsCon Tunis 2019. The presentation also offers helpful tips in terms of adapting the tools to your context.