AI presents both opportunities and risks to children. Opportunities relate to their development and well-being in areas such as education, healthcare, entertainment, and play, while potential risks involve privacy, bias, discrimination, limited access to information, and economic exploitation.
Ensuring the protection and rights of children in the digital age is a global concern, addressed by the UNCRC and General Comment No. 25, which recognize the need to protect children in the digital space, emphasizing their right to access and benefit from technology while highlighting the responsibility of governments, parents, educators, and technology providers to ensure their safety, privacy, and well-being.
Acknowledging the protections provided under the UNCRC and the EUCFR, the AI Act represents a significant step towards regulating AI systems and ensuring their responsible and ethical use, especially in relation to children.
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