Today’s kids are exposed to technology from an early age. Can new technology, specifically machine learning and artificial intelligence, actually help kids become more creative? These AI-powered models provide inspiration, generate ideas, and offer feedback that can help spark creativity and encourage kids to think outside the box. How can AI enhance children’s creative skills? … More How to boost children’s creativity with AI?
Strike a balance between making the internet a safer place for your children and giving them the freedom to explore, learn and socialise. There was a time when parents didn’t have to worry much about their children’s digital activities. A single, centralised computer in the house was the only gateway to the internet, and could … More Why you need parental control software – and 5 features to look for
As children’s safety and privacy online becomes a matter of increasing urgency, lawmakers around the world push ahead on new regulations in the digital realm. February 7th is Safer Internet Day (SID), an annual awareness campaign that started in Europe in 2004 and that aims to highlight the need for people to enjoy the benefits of the … More Online safety laws: What’s in store for children’s digital playgrounds?
Gaming can help your children build and sharpen a range of life skills that will stand them in good stead in the future. Videogames are now so popular that the number of players worldwide topped 3 billion last year! The boom goes far beyond gaming consoles and the most recognized gaming platforms, such as PlayStation, Xbox … More 5 valuable skills your children can learn by playing video games
With many children spending a little too much time playing video games, learn to spot the signs things may be spinning out of control. Across Europe, half of the population aged 6-64 plays video games, according to industry body ISFE. The number rises significantly for 6-10-year-olds (68%), and those aged 11-14 (79%) and 15-24 (72%). According to some research, … More Gaming: How much is too much for our children?