Press release – Following the success of “ CTRL + F », its first original podcast dedicated to young people aged 8 to 12, Ubisoft Education is launching « Young people decode », a new series in 6 episodes for 12 to 17 year olds developed in collaboration with Flea in the ear.
In each episode, Dahlia, Grace, Kenza and Danian, four bright teenagers, meet experts to explore new technologies that have a positive impact on social and environmental issues.
Can artificial intelligence be used in the fight against climate change? Can the code help Indigenous language learning? How can we get women and girls more interested in jobs related to technology?
So many topics that contribute to creating a positive, united and inclusive future:
- Code at fémini // interview with Émilie Boudrias, development officer for Concertation Montréal in education and knowledge, and in charge of the Montreal movement Les Filles et le code
- Environment and AI // interview with Victor Schmidt, doctoral student in computer science at the University of Montreal and at MILA, an artificial intelligence research institute
- Réreadvirtual stars and rereadés natives // interview Kijâtai-Alexandra Veillette-Cheezo videographer, XR artist and involved with the Wapikoni organization
- healthé intelligent // interview with Jaume Miñano, gynecologist-obstetrician at the CHUM and doctoral student in the application of artificial intelligence at McGill University
- The Code and Indigenous Languages // interview with Roland Kuhn, Senior Research Officer (PRO) at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and leader of the Canadian Indigenous Language Technologies Project
- apps for health mental // interview with Pierrich Plusquellec, associate professor at the University of Montreal, co-founder and general manager of EmoScienS
All six episodes are available on the site and across all streaming platforms.
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 to disciplines related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), to support the development of young people's skills in these disciplines and to diversify the talent pool in technology at the national level. Quebec. You can subscribe to the pages Facebook and Instagram from Ubisoft Education.