Dec 4, 2023
BRENDAN LYNCH, HOST: We live in a time where nothing is true. An era where reality and hoax look the same on the internet. Whoa, wait a second. There are people who actually know what they're talking about dangerous people. We call them experts. We're giving these experts a megaphone to drop some truth bombs. If you...
Dec 4, 2023
Kathryn Conrad, University of Kansas professor of English, says artificial intelligence can no longer safely be ignored in academia. It’s better, she believes, to try to establish some guideposts in a wild and wooly AI frontier.
Nov 4, 2023
Robert McDonald resents the intrusion of incentives into virtually every facet of modern life, from healthcare to education to the legal system. He lays out how this happened and offers ways to counter the false choices offered from on high.
Jul 19, 2023
While many reasonable people fear possible disruptions from artificial intelligence like ChatGPT and its brethren, others look to seize its potential. Jamie Basham argues banning the technology from schools is not the answer — especially so for students living with disabilities.
Jun 19, 2023
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, so much of the news has been focused on events in central and eastern Europe. Marc Greenberg, an expert in Slavic, German and Eurasian studies, talks about the languages, cultures and national identities driving history in a volatile region.