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Artificial Intelligence or Useful Idiot? Debunking the AI Takeover Myth

On Understanding the Real Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Global Workforce

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a topic of much debate and discussion in recent years, with many people worried about the potential consequences of AI becoming advanced enough to take over certain tasks and jobs currently done by humans. However, it’s important to consider that the fear of AI taking over the world is largely […]

New Hope for the Pope: The Groundbreaking Election of Pope Maria I

A Fictional Account of the First Black Lesbian Pope and Her Quest for Justice and Equality

It was a historic day in the Catholic Church on April 1, 2030, as Pope Maria I, the first black lesbian woman to hold the papacy, was elected. As she stepped out onto the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica to greet the cheering crowds, the world watched in amazement.

Sacking Justine Sacco

On the Intersection of Freedom of Speech and Online Bullying in the Internet Era

In 2013, a woman named Justine Sacco found herself at the center of a scandal that would ultimately cost her her job. Sacco, a PR executive for the media company IAC, posted a joke. With just a few hundred followers on Twitter, she likely didn’t anticipate the widespread backlash that would ensue after she tweeted […]

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