Integrating legal considerations into immersive learning spaces for children requires balancing the needs of children to learn and explore in a safe and protected environment while protecting their privacy and personal information.
Artificial technology can increase learners’ engagement and provide personalized learning content and immediate feedback. While these technologies are advantageous to learners’ outcomes, the risk of these technologies must be understood, and the children must be protected. Protecting children from the potential risks of artificial technology and machine learning is important for parents, educators, and policymakers. Protecting children from the potential risks associated with artificial technology and machine learning requires a multifaceted approach involving education, monitoring, regulation, and age-appropriate technology.
The integration of law, design, and technology is complex and multifaceted, requiring close collaboration between professionals in these fields to create products and services that are both aesthetically appealing and legally compliant.