Wednesday, June 21, Thursday, June 22 and Friday, June 23, 2023.
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As the world is increasingly disturbed by the advancement of technology in the form of artificial intelligence; the tension between national borders and the millions of people who try to cross them, and the radical social changes represented in violence, segregation, and the increase in conflicts; it is much more difficult to address education as a tool to train citizens capable of facing so many challenges and uncertainties.
Disturbance related to social, cultural, technological, and aesthetic changes demands swift, coordinated, and precise action to prevent irreversible damage and increase resilience. With connected technologies and the ability to share news and opinions in an instant, people are more informed than ever about the world and the policies that affect them. Artificial Intelligence threatens to displace the natural and traditional ways in which we cultivate it. Therefore, those responsible for education in the world must attend to and do many things at the same time. We must prioritize the safety and well-being of people, adapt to social and technological developments, anticipate unforeseen risks, take advantage of data and evidence in decision-making, align ourselves with emerging global emergencies (COVID, for example) and reflect the different perspectives to form a human being capable of surviving whole in a disruptive world.
Registration open from April 27 to May 10, 2023.
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