CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Forget invasions, exploding cigars or U.N. resolutions, Andy Garcia believes technology and person-to-person contact will help bring down Cuba's communist government.

Garcia says the Internet, camcorders and videos are all key to bringing change to Cuba because they can help reduce the isolation of those living on the island.

The Cuban-American actor who starred in the "Ocean's Eleven" films spoke Friday before the annual Roots of Hope student conference in Miami. The national group promotes exchanges between U.S. and Cuban youth and is unveiling a new travel guide for those seeking a meaningful visit to the island.