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Sandra Chang-Kredl

Artificially intelligent toys and childhood development
Posted on December 27, 2017

Sandra Chang-Kredl is an Associate Professor in the department of education specializing in early childhood and elementary education. In her research, Chang-Kredl tackles learning through the lenses of curriculum studies, media studies and children’s pop culture.

With the incredible popularity of LuvaBella and other artificially intelligent dolls and toys, Chang-Kredl wrote an op-ed in the Conversation Canada providing parents with insight into their impact on childhood development. The Op-ed was subsequently republished in The National Post, the Ottawa Citizen and the Calgary Herald.

Chang-Kredl then went on to take interviews on CTV Montreal, CBC Ontraio Morning, and CBC Radio One here in Montreal. 

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