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‘You, Me & AI’ workshop will be offered May 22

‘You, Me & AI: A Multigenerational Conversation on Mental Health, Bias & Digital Inclusion’ will be held at the Woburn Public Library on Wednesday, May 22, from 6-8 p.m. COURTESY PHOTO/SOCIAL CAPITAL, INC.

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The following was submitted by Social Capital, Inc.:

“You, Me & AI: A Multigenerational Conversation on Mental Health, Bias & Digital Inclusion” will be held at the Woburn Public Library, 45 Pleasant St., Woburn, on Wednesday, May 22, from 6-8 p.m.

The public workshop is offered through the Leaders for an Equitable Tomorrow (LET) program and hosted by Social Capital Inc., the Network For Social Justice, and Joint Family.

Community members of all generations are invited to learn more about AI and explore how GenAI can influence the future through facilitated discussions, fun games, and prizes. Together, participants will explore this rapidly evolving technology and its potential to transform communities, interpersonal impacts, and various sectors, including mental health and social justice.

Leading the facilitation of “You, Me & AI” is interdisciplinary scientist Dr. Sulagna “Dia” Ghosh, who is also the founder of Joint Family. Joint Family utilizes an intergenerational family model to foster spaces for individuals from diverse backgrounds and ages to collaboratively learn, innovate, and contribute towards socially impactful outcomes. 

Participation in the workshop is open to teens and adults ages 13+. All participants under the age of 18 should be accompanied by a guardian or provide parental consent. Consent forms will be provided before and at the event.

Food and refreshments will be provided.

RSVPs are recommended, as there are a total of 40 seats. Please sign up through the link provided by Woburn Public Library’s May Event Calendar.

The LET program is a joint initiative of SCI and Network for Social Justice (NFSJ) that seeks to advance mental health awareness and engagement among youth within, and beyond, Winchester and Woburn through a focus on the intersection of mental health and social justice.

Funding for LET is provided by Winchester Hospital Community Benefits. Joint Family and the Woburn Public Library are joining SCI and NFSJ as partners for this important workshop.

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