The development of artificial intelligence technologies, understood as a set of technological solutions that allow simulating human cognitive functions (including self-learning and searching for solutions without a predetermined algorithm), and obtaining results that are at least comparable to the results of human intellectual activity at present goes pretty fast. Some AI-based technologies are included in our daily lives today.
The lack of a philosophical assessment of the prospects for using AI technologies in terms of values entails an increase of social, ethical, legal and psychological risks of its use.
Here are some of the most discussed risks of using AI technology by children or in working with children. In the field of education these are the risks of the reproduction of inequality (in cases of using adaptive learning systems); risks of unplanned discrimination (in the case of advisory programs); the risks of decreasing motivation and the formation of gaming addictions (in the case of gaming intellectual learning technologies) and others. The use of AI technologies in child care can lead to a threat to human dignity, a problem of distribution of responsibility.