Internet users are getting younger; now the UK is weighing up if AI can help protect them

The cars were recharging by the school gates. There were advantages in getting your child into the best schools, often located on smart streets with the best wireless panels. The children chattered as they filed through the sensors, most not bothering to look back to the nanny, parent or avatar that had driven them. The pupils got their devices out of their bags as the waited for the doors to open. They waited impatiently as the screens lit up as the latest curriculum and security updates downloaded. Those who’d smuggled their own devices in hoped that their blockers were working.