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Is Technology Serving Us? #4

April 07, 2022

Welcome to the Campus UNESCO session "Is Technology Serving Us?"

As part of the “Education and Technology” series of campuses, this session focuses on new technologies, including current and future trends, the concept and role of ethics, and how new technologies can be used for good.

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    Marcus Goddard

    VP Intelligence at the Netexplo Observatory

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    Sémané Koffi Agbodjinou

    architecte anthropologue, architect and anthropologist, founder of Hubcity

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    Adèle Ditaranto

    UNESCO Specialist in Bioethics and Ethics of Science and Technology

Participating Schools

  • Le Collège Bilingue (Dakar, Senegal)
  • Lycée Français International d’Agadir (Agadir, Morocco)
  • Lycée Robert SCHUMAN (Charenton Le Pont, France)
  • Lycée Charles de Gaulle (Saint Louis, Senegal)
  • Lycée Houssam Eddine Hariri (Beirut, Lebanon)
  • Lycée Français Montaigne (N’Djaména, Chad)

UNESCO regularly organizes campuses to give young people aged 13-17 the chance to exchange views with experts from UNESCO and civil society. The topics discussed in each 90-minute session are linked to major UNESCO themes such as education, artificial intelligence, sustainable development, gender equality, sport, and citizenship.

Huawei has been partnering with UNESCO on the program since June 2021.

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