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The Heroes of EHSQ

A modern-day hero is here, and she or he works in EHSQ.
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Elective Ethics in Artificial Intelligence Programs

Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science is the country’s first institution to offer an Artificial Intelligence (AI) undergraduate degree. A degree at the undergraduate level is an opportunity to
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Gen Z and the Church: Part V

This series concludes with the results of the Gen Z survey.
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Is BPA-Free Just as Bad as BPA?

There are likely ingredients in BPA-Free products that require more scrutiny to promise safety.
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Can Fuel Taxes Save the World, or Will We Fight Them All the Way?

With climate change rapidly unfolding, the UN has proposed a fuel tax to change our consumption habits. We saw France protest; how would Americans respond?
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The Death of Expertise, Part I: Skirt the Gatekeepers

The death of expertise makes perfect sense in at least four ways.
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MIT Solve and the Indigenous Communities Fellowship: Traditional Knowledge Meets Tech for Good

MIT Solve's targeted fellowship supports Indigenous history and innovation to deploy solutions for the common good.
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Nobody Wants These Jobs – So Let Robots Do Them

When specific industries and jobs can't find enough human workers, why not develop well-suited robot workers?
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Robots of Walmart

Walmart has been experimenting with reassigning repetitive tasks to robots. What are the implications and opportunities?
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The Death of Expertise: Introduction

An introduction to a series about authority and why and when we ignore it.
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How Can I Help You?

I have a strange occurrence that happens to me regularly. Everywhere I go, I seem to get the same question: “Sir, can you help me?” For some reason people think that I look like someone meant to work at places that serve them.
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Avoid Social Media PTSD: Block and Unfollow

When it comes to social media, one thing I often suggest for spiritual growth is discerning when it is appropriate to block or unfollow someone.
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Trust the Engineer

If we learned to trust the universe's engineer more, we would have less anxiety and stress.
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