This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Ethan Brown, Neetu Arnold, Corey Walker, and Charles Brandt.
The doomsday clock has been a memorable tool for keeping the public focused on the threat of nuclear war. Ethan Brown says, it’s a bad idea to use this metaphor to raise awareness of climate change.
The proliferation of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion curricula in institutions of higher learning hasn’t always taken place in the light of day. Neetu Arnold shines a light on the ‘secret trade’ of DEI.
CHATGPT is giving many of us our first exposure to AI. Corey Walker advises that we calm down and remember that CHATGPT isn’t about to replace thinking humans.
The effort to protect kids from over-exposure to social media is taking us to some interesting places. Charles Brandt explains that kids have First Amendment rights and shouldn’t be banned from social media.
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