Google Launches Program to Turn Kids into Digital Natives

Google for Families is designed to introduce kids to the company’s products and services in a safe and controlled environment.

Key Points:

  • The program includes features like Google Assistant, Google Play, and Google Classroom.
  • It is aimed at children aged 13 and under, and requires parental permission.
  • The goal is to create a generation of “digital natives” who are comfortable with Google’s products and services.
  • Critics have raised concerns about data privacy and the potential for children to become dependent on Google’s platforms.
  • Google has stated that the program is designed to be safe and secure, with strong privacy controls in place

Personal Insights:

  • Ok Google, Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Amazon’s Alexa and even Samsung’s Bixby – all want to be your kids best friend.
  • As technology becomes increasingly pervasive in our daily lives, companies like Google are looking to attract young users in order to ensure future growth. Google for Families is just one example of this trend,

Article Highlights:

Google is launching a new initiative that aims to turn children into tech-savvy “Borgs” by introducing them to the company’s suite of tools and products at an early age. The program is called “Google for Families” and it is part of the company’s larger effort to attract more young users to its platforms

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