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    AI Revolution: Friend or Foe? How AI Will Change the Workplace (But Not Take Your Job)

    The future of work is a hot topic and with good reason. Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming industries, automating tasks that were once the sole purview of human workers. News articles abound with alarming headlines about robots taking over our jobs and leaving us all unemployed. But fear not, fellow employees! While the AI revolution will undoubtedly reshape the landscape of work, it's...

    Human Centered AI: Can Machines Now Mimic Our Personalities?

    Imagine having a conversation with a computer program that feels strangely familiar. You tell it about your day, and it listens attentively, asking thoughtful questions and responding with empathy. Perhaps you're feeling stressed about an upcoming deadline. The Human Centered AI companion picks up on your anxiety and offers words of encouragement, suggesting relaxation techniques or even creating a personalized playlist to lift your...

    Remembering the Legacy of Carl Weathers (1948 – 2024)

    The world woke up to a bittersweet reality on February 1st, 2024. Carl Weathers, the iconic actor Carl Weathers, known for his roles in...

    What is Black History? Facts & History

    Every February, the spotlight shines on Black history, celebrating the achievements and contributions of African Americans throughout history. But for many, Black history remains...

    Chita Rivera: A Life on the Stage, a Legacy for the Ages

    The world of theater dimmed a little on January 30, 2024, with the passing of Chita Rivera, a force of nature who graced the...

    Did You Get Your New Year’s Kiss in 2024? Explore this Romantic Tradition

    As the clock strikes midnight, a collective hush falls over the revelers. Champagne glasses clink, fireworks paint the sky with vibrant streaks, and amidst...

    Class, Poetry, Trade, Classification

    Continued from About Merchants and Poets  After all this in the foreground of a material motive it’s not at all necessary in their case, that...

    About Merchants and Poets

    The very basic difference between man and man is never disputed. Albeit there are debates and discussions on practices and more than that on...

    Compassion For Learning

    It has happened to me numerous times. An idea strikes like a flash and the moment feels exalted in its brightness, in its newness,...

    Fish of the Gorge

    Continued from: A test of progressives. The time has come now to reread our history, to catch the miss between the lines that have haunted...

    The Doped Way Repeats

    History does not repeat itself, let alone redoing it. Past is past. Neither can it be undone nor redone but at least we can...

    Opportunistic Evolutions

    Continued from: Universal Social Order Girls were given apt education and fair opportunity to grow up in a free environment, with dignity. At the time...

    Universal Social Order

    Continued from: To Contain A Heart's Desire But in other words, this word means a certain particular, universal social order attached to the status quo...

    To Contain A Heart’s Desire

    The Hindu practice of ‘Kanyadan’ is discriminatory and derogatory to the position of women. ‘Giving away girls in marriage’ and giving dowry (or the...