Our children find themselves in a world at an interesting crossroads that many do not consider seriously enough: the dawn of artificial intelligence.
Of course, such things have been with us for a while but it is now getting to the point where AI is in a position to replace many jobs and services once done by human beings. Driver-less taxis, robots conducting job interviews, and cars being built solely by a fleet of robotic arms; these are just the tip of the iceberg.
What will happen if these creations start to think for themselves? Most crucially is our growing dependence on machines ethically sound? Are we at risk of losing the essence of being human?
Such questions are more than a curiosity, they are a necessity that thanks to our ICEmethodology our children can face daily.