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AI DANGERS

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We face a significant dilemma as educators today: the increasing use of AI tools by students to enhance their academic work.

This is particularly true in writing assignments. The phenomenon raises complex ethical and pedagogical questions about the nature of learning, plagiarism, and the role of technology in education.

NO PHONE SERVICE

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NEWS FLASH - AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile customers were hit by widespread cellular outages throughout the continental U.S.

Over 50,000 AT&T outages were reported at about 7 a.m. ET Thursday, with most issues reported in Houston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Atlanta, according to tracking site Downdetector. 

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EJ DOOM

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Electronic Journalists are doomed. That’s what I was told while discussing the future of news media with a veteran shooter.

This person has decades of shooting expertise. Producing hundreds of hours of live, local, and network news sports weather, and programming to ensure the timely production of newscasts and special projects. Their consistent track record in the fast-paced, high-pressure environment of daily local news gathering. They possess excellent interpersonal skills and a strong work ethic.
 

This electronic journalist can

GOOGLE IN COURT

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Google streams into to Federal Court today as the future of Internet search engines may soon turn out to be at stake.

DOJ has brought the first of two major antitrust lawsuits against its owner. Alphabet aka Google/. While most folks use Google to find information, there are other search engines. The following are the ones we think are arguably better.

AI AI OH

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We are seeing the future of artificial intelligence and AI is now a huge force that poses challenges for all our lives on Earth.

At the end of the day, the primordial point appears to be what is real as opposed to what's false. Academia and the free press are the essential elements in our global community to be able to attain that and find the best obtainable version of the vetted and scientifically verified truth.

In Defense of Humanity. We need a cultural and philosophical movement to meet the rise of artificial superintelligence.

ME AT THE ZOO

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Me at the Zoo may well be one of the most boring but important headlines ever written online and so it began on YouTube.

It was nearly two decades ago when the first-ever clip was uploaded to YouTube, 18 years ago. That Zoo? The one in San Diego's backyard. 

ITS ABOUT TIME

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Loudmouth neighbors, barking dogs, and leafblowers are enemies while working online, or attending school from home.

AI FUTURE

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Has artificial intelligence caught up to humans, passed us, or taken a wrong turn somewhere without the assistance of a GPS?

Artificial intelligence is demonstrated by machines, as opposed to humans and other animals. Example tasks in which this is done include speech recognition, computer vision, translation between languages, as well as other mappings of inputs

Does AI Dream of Electric Sheep? Research into neural networks explains why human dreams are often so crazy.

EarthCam

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Since its groundbreaking in 2016, EarthCam was working to document this 67-floor, fluted terra-cotta glass exterior NYC skyscraper.

It took over 48 camera angles, 8 widescreen multi-layered panoramas, and 2.5 million images to deliver this epic time-lapse movie.

EarthCam says "Our fleet of cameras from different vantage points across the city enabled us to capture incredible footage of our tower becoming a permanent part of the New York City skyline.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ab_2_bHt_GE

Seeing is Believing

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Seeing is believing is a saying that reportedly goes back to The Bible when Apostle Thomas said, ‘Unless I see I will not believe.’

For this, he has become forever known as ‘Doubting Thomas’. But is it true that seeing is believing? 

What about when we watch a magician perform a trick? What we see is an illusion. And, what about when people are convicted of a crime on eyewitness testimony? We know there are many cases of mistaken identity.