Is the future of AI more like HAL 9000, Skynet and the Matrix?
Or is it more like Wall-E, Star Trek’s Commander Data or C-3PO from Star Wars?
Some of the world’s most brilliant minds like Michio Kaku and Stephen Hawking recognize the tremendous potential for artificial intelligence but also offer words of caution at its development
Is artificial intelligence the next step in our evolution, or the first step in our ultimate destruction
How will AI impact what humans create, and could humans be entirely removed from the creative process?
There has been a disturbing trend in recent years in the United States. An assault has been waged on basic human rights. Victims of this assault have been chosen by the color of their skin and their gender All are victims that have been targeted for generations and have fought for their equal, human rights.
In this episode of Insights Into Tomorrow we’re going to take a deeper look at the assault on women’s rights. We’ll take a look at this history of women’s rights through the years, we’ll examine the current state of women’s rights, we’ll explore the threats against those rights. Before we leave we’ll take a special look at the current issue of abortion and the impending supreme court decision that threatens to overturn Roe v. Wade
On January 18th, 2022, Microsoft announced that they were acquiring Activision Blizzard in an all-cash transaction valued at $68.7 billion, or $95 per share.
This is arguably the biggest piece of news in the history of the games industry.
Today, we’re going to take a look at why this acquisition is so important and what it means for Microsoft and the industry going forward.
In addition, we’ll hit some key elements that should be remembered surrounding this news.
After 20 years of military operations, over $2 trillion dollars, an estimated 160,000 lives 50,000 of which were civilian, 2,448 American Service members, 3,846 US Contractors, roughly 66,000 Afghan national military and police, 1,144 allied service members, 44 aid workers, 72 journalists and over 50,000 Taliban and other opposition fighters the United States is finally pulling out of Afghanistan. While that is an exceedingly high toll to pay for America’s longest war ever those numbers are just a fraction of what the long term consequences will cost. In today’s episode we’re going to take a look at the long war in Afghanistan, the history surrounding the disputed country, how we got here, what went wrong and what the future holds for the country, the region and the world as a result of what’s happened there.
This week we’re talking about the pandemic of student debt. Why is it a problem in the United States? We’ll talk about a brief history of student debt. We’ll take a look at what is driving the rise in student debt. And we’ll look at possible solutions to this problem plaguing today’s youth.
Today we’re discussing monopolies in the modern age. We’ll understand what a monopoly is, how they operate and why they are detrimental to a free and open market, yet they are a unique product of capitalism. We’ll take a brief look at the history of monopolies in American and how they’ve been handled before we look to the future with today’s monopolies and the complications inherent in regulating them.