Young people discussed AI in the world

Young people discussed AI in the world
Young people discussed AI in the world

Students from Posadas met for the screening of the film Ex Machina, under the Cine Debate project. The event was organized by the Undersecretary of Education through the Directorate of Student Policies in conjunction with the Governor’s Office.

As part of the Cine Debate proposal, carried out by the Undersecretariat of Education through the Directorate of Student Policies in conjunction with the Government, More than 40 young people from six secondary schools in Posadas met for the screening of the film Ex Machina, which served as input to open the debate on how life changes with the arrival of artificial intelligence (AI).

In this meeting space for young people, especially for those who are part of organizations such as student centers, it began with the screening of Ex machina, a film where An employee of a technology company must be confined with an AI-powered robot woman to determine if she has consciousness.

Cine Debate, a space for reflection

After the film, the debate took place, where the students expressed their interest in rethinking the limits, good practices in the use of technologies and the role they will have as future leaders.

One of the presidents of student centers said that “they talk a lot about technology but when I did a survey on WhatsApp it took a week until someone deigned to respond,” alluding to the great connectivity that currently exists and the lack of human interaction that it entails.

I think we have to think about the opportunities that AI brings us, the new jobs, the changes in our habits and the risks to which it exposes us.“This is why it is so important that we can talk,” said a young woman who took the floor to continue the conversation.

An idea that expands

The Film Debate cycle will continue after the winter break, with the next screenings taking place in Concepción de la Sierra, San Vicente, Jardín América and Apóstoles. The list will be expanded as the months go by, with the aim of strengthening these meeting spaces.

About Marisa Figueredohead of the Directorate of Special Programs and Events of the Governorate, stated that “we have the directive of the governor (Hugo Passalacqua) to support the creation of these spaces where young people can raise their voices.”

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