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5 Ways Children Can Benefit From AI

ROYBI Blog – 11.8.19

Many parents are skeptical of artificial intelligence interacting with their children. They are wary of robots “having minds of their own.” However, kids interacting with social robots can bring about positive implications that they probably haven’t considered. Here are five ways AI can benefit your children.

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Digital Parenting: How to Keep the Peace with Your Kids Online

McAfee Blog – 8.19.19 (8.17..19)

Simply by downloading the right combination of apps, parents can now track their child’s location 24/7, monitor their same social conversations, and inject their thoughts into their lives in a split second. To a parent, that’s called safety. To kids, it’s considered maddening.

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New Disney Projectables – Meet the Characters!

Jasco Products Blog – 8.15.19 (8.13.19)

A new batch of Disney Projectables night lights means more characters from recent releases and ongoing series that kids are sure to love. And, with many “1990s kids” now parents of a new generation of children, there’s never been a better time to get reacquainted with these classics in old and new form.

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How To Help Your Kids Manage Our ‘Culture of Likes’

McAfee Blog – 8.15.19 (8.13.19)

As a mum of 4 sons, my biggest concerns about the era of social media is the impact of the ‘like culture’ on our children’s mental health. The need to generate likes online has become a biological compulsion for many teens and let’s be honest – adults too! The rush of dopamine that surges through one’s body when a new like has been received can make this like culture understandably addictive.

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How to Help Kids Steer Clear of Digital Drama this School Year

McAfee Blog – 8.13.19 (8.10.19)

The first few weeks back to school can be some of the most exciting yet turbulent times of the year for middle and high schoolers. So as brains and smartphones shift into overdrive, a parent’s ability to coach kids through digital drama is more critical than ever.

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