Live Expert Webcasts

Join us for our regular live webcasts. You’ll be able to participate from anywhere in the world. We talk to experts about future domains, 21st century skills and many other related topics.

You will be able to view the live webcast, ask questions and interact with the presenters. All webcasts are recorded so in case you can’t join the live stream you always access past episodes and related materials by logging in to your account.

Check out upcoming live webcasts below.

2019 Webcast Schedule

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Will robots take over the world?

This webcast is hosted by 7-year-old Luka and is for parents and kids alike (min. 6 years old). Should we be afraid of artificial intelligence? For us, this is a simple question with an even simpler answer: no. But not everyone agrees – many people have raised concerns that the rise of powerful AI systems could spell the end for humanity.

Date & Time
27  April 2019
6 PM – 7 PM (AEDT)

Guest:
Lars Janowski, CEO GenAlpha Project

Why are 21st-century skills important for you and your kids?

This is a live webcast for parents who would like to know more about 21st century skills, the future of work and how we can best prepare our kids for a totally new work environment that is apparently run by robots and computers.

Date & Time
7 May 2019
8 PM – 9 PM (AEDT)

Guest(s):
Helen Simpson and
Helen Lewis

Fake or Real – How to tell the difference between real or fake news and online information?

This webcast is hosted by 7-year-old Luka and is for parents and kids alike (min. 8 years old). We will be discussing and showing examples of real and fake social media posts, news, text messages, in-game communication as well as image manipulation. We will present an easy framework for kids to apply in everyday situations.

Date & Time
25  May 2019
6 PM – 7 PM (AEDT)

Guest:
Lars Janowski, CEO GenAlpha Project

…more to come!

We are in the process of scheduling more webcasts and will add them as soon as our speakers are confirmed.