The SingularityU Czech Summit, which we partnered with and which took place on 2 and 3 October at Žofín in Prague, brought many suggestions on how artificial intelligence and other technologies can steer our world towards a better future. And because the most important people who will further develop our world in the future are young students, we organised a special technology workshop for them during the event, as well as a discussion with the summit speakers themselves.
Lego robots, interactive games, chemical experiments, all this awaited the young visitors in the Progresus zone, where experts from CTU guided them through the world of innovative technologies. The technology workshop was then followed by a moderated discussion, which was attended by older, English-speaking students aged 10 to 16 years old, where together with selected speakers of the summit discussed the topic of artificial intelligence, virtual reality and technologies for effective education.
We greatly appreciate the partnership with such an inspiring event as the SingularityU Czech Summit and the fact that we could listen to young people and their suggestions for the future of our world alongside experienced experts.