March 27, 2024

Disinformation is an issue. Whether it’s in politics, health or in any other topic where people depend on credible and expert information to make informed decisions, disinformation can make the difference between life and death. As AI and social media evolve, people are only slowly learning how to differentiate between factual information and “alternate facts.” Yet, there’s one AI platform that already evokes mistrust among many people,, and that’s unfortunate. Because the reality is it can be a helpful tool when used correctly.; There’s a devastating heat wave in East Africa. It’s so bad schools are closed and not scheduled to reopen until April. On top of that, in one of the most vulnerable regions of the world, the impact of the extreme climate is amplifying a the kind of human toll that will need a global effort to combat; The USA may be historically known as the “Land of Opportunity.” Yet today’s economy is exasperating a new version of the USA; A new Pew poll on religious attendance reveals a reason why many Christian Evangelicals may be injecting themselves into politics; and Like avocados? You’ve got a head start with your health. Go beyond the headlines…

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