May 13, 2024

Artificial Intelligence has more than its fair share of doomsayers and critics. Yet, history shows as society learns how to use new technology, recognize its benefits, along with, its pitfalls, we adapt and learn. That’s why a new study about how algorithms can actually help us be a better people flies in the face of today’s criticisms; NATO countries are getting increasingly worried about Russia’s next move; they’re not waiting to see what it will be; Attacks on women’s reproductive health isn’t just happening at the Supreme Court. TikTok is now a driver of misinforming girls and women about birth control — and guess who’s behind it?; So, as thousands of college graduates hit the job market, an analysis weighs the ‘economics’ of the value of that higher education; NASA just released an upgrade to an app that has people declaring it’s ‘stellar;’ and A new US Drug Enforcement Agency report finds just how much Mexican cartels have infiltrated the United States, and it’s not good. Go beyond the headlines…

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