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Artificial Intelligence: Media and Information Literacy, Human Rights and Freedom of Expression
Place of publication | Year of publication | Collation: 
Hove | 2020 | 117 p.
ISBN/ISSN: 
ISBN 978-1-912037-64-3
Author: 
Igor Shnurenko; Tatiana Murovana; Ibrahim Kushchu
Corporate author: 
UNESCO IITE; TheNextMinds
Region: 
Global

The collection of papers “Artificial Intelligence: Media and Information Literacy, Human Rights and Freedom of Expression” continues the UNESCO IITE’s series of publications entitled “Digital Transformation of Education”.
The publication describes the fundamentals of artificial intelligence and AI-based technologies, their impact on the modern information and media environment, new challenges in the field of media and information literacy associated with the growing automation of the processes of creating, disseminating and accessing information, the use of AI in decision-making and control systems in various areas. There is a strong focus on the growing risks of reducing individual agency, people’s ability to interpret reality autonomously and to act according to their own agenda.
These issues are more relevant now than ever before for education undergoing digital transformation. The publication seeks to contribute to a critical understanding of the digital environment in which learning and teaching unfold, and strategies and tactics for the use of new technologies and the digitalization of educational interactions.

 

Resource Type: 
Case studies and research papers
Theme: 
Media and Information Literacy
Human rights / Human dignity
Sustainable development / Sustainability / Environmental
Level of education: 
Other

Keyword

Artificial intelligence; Information literacy; Media education; Human rights; Freedom of expression; MIL; AI