So-called “artificial intelligence” is one of the most divisive topics of the year, with even those who understand it in total disagreement about its potential impacts. This week, A.I. reseachers and authors of the famous paper “On the Dangers of Stochastic Parrots,” Emily Bender and Timnit Gebru, join Adam to discuss what everyone gets wrong about A.I.
Thank ya’ll for waiting out the last month, we got a lot of fun projects in store. This one was just a much needed emotional release. I hope ya’ll are doing well, we’re still growing at the speed of light and thank ya’ll for tuning in!!!
The #50BucksBeatsCancer Challenge is an opportunity to support a great cause. Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green developed a cancer killing machine that uses lasers and nanotechnology to target and kill cancer tumors in mice in just 15 days after a single 10-minute treatment with no observable side effects. We can help the Ora Lee Smith Cancer Research Foundation (OraLee.org) bring this groundbreaking cancer treatment out of the laboratory and into human clinical trials, while making it affordable for everyone. Take the challenge and spread the word!
Go to https://go.nordvpn.net/aff_c?offer_id=697&aff_id=74007&url_id=21273 to get a 2-year plan plus 4 months FOR FREE. It’s risk-free with Nord’s 30-day money-back guarantee!Watch the AD-FREE Cut of t…
We look at a surprising number of police shootings in rural Kentucky, speak with music executive Jason Flom about his work with those wrongfully convicted, and see how Dr. Stanley Andrisse went from prison to becoming an endocrinologist.
Inside Story is a first-of-its-kind new series created to engage with and bring information to one of America’s largest news deserts – its prisons and jails. A collaboration with The Marshall Project and developed by formerly incarcerated people, including host Lawrence Bartley, Inside Story brings critical accountability and investigative journalism on the criminal justice system to incarcerated people across the country.
Joel Bervell, a medical influencer, is challenging racism in health care, one TikTok at a time.
Africans.live Needs You!
Thank you for reading this site!
We appreciate your attention and positive feedback. This site depends on our readers, and needs your support. Please link to us in your website or social media, and if possible, send a donation. Thank you!