This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Anne Lord, Amanda Griffiths, Alex Petropoulos, and Andrew Bambrick.

The global fish supply is in danger and illegal fishing by the Chinese Communist Party is one reason why. Anne Lord says, it’s time for China to cut bait and for the CCP to start playing by the rules.

Gig workers have received a momentary reprieve from a state law that could jeopardize freelance jobs in California and elsewhere. Amanda Griffiths explains why Prop 22 is viewed by big labor as a threat to the status quo.

Now that AI is quickly becoming a part of life, the learning curve is steep for it and for the humans who use it. Alex Petropolous describes how Bing’s new AI assistant went rogue and why that’s actually a good thing.

West Virginia has received some welcome news in the wake of its recently concluded legislative session. Andrew Bambrick spells out why the future is bright in West Virginia.

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