Montreal, October 5, 2020 - Ubisoft Education today launched “ CTRL + F »A brand new podcast (podcast) for ages 8 to 12 and their parents, available for free on all podcast platforms, as well as on its website. Produced by Flea in the ear, this series in six episodes of 8 to 9 minutes aims to interest young people in science and create the spark for the professions of the future. It is also an opportunity for them to know the answers of experts from different fields to technological questions:
- How to tell the difference between a human and an artificial intelligence?
- How can technology allow us to give voice to animals?
- What is the code for?
- Will we end up traveling through time?
- Should we be afraid of deepfake?
- Will we all become cyborgs one day?
“Podcasting aimed at young audiences is still an emerging medium, but which nevertheless has many advantages. Allowing to learn, understand and discover, whatever the level of reading autonomy of its listeners and all far from the screens, this format is an innovative avenue of cultural mediation, transmission of learning, and support for the development of curiosity. For Ubisoft Education, La puce à l'oreille was keen to develop content rich in knowledge, sometimes complex, but always with the light and offbeat tone that is its signature. Served by a refined production leaving all their room for voices and texts, these podcasts offer an exploration of new technologies designed especially for young ears! "- Prune Lieutier and Albéric Filhol, co-founders of La puce à l'oreille
About Ubisoft Education
Ubisoft Education is a program designed to prepare young people in Quebec for the jobs of the future. Unveiled in 2018, it has three objectives: to attract more young people in disciplines related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), to support the development of the skills of young people in these disciplines and to diversify the pool of talent in technology at the Quebec. To not miss anything, subscribe to the pages Facebook and Instagram Ubisoft Education.