Three quarters of Gen Z and 72% of Gen Y indicate they struggle spending too much time on screens and technology.
There are words that will never be made into emojis, because they are too nuanced or complex, writes Dr Pete Court.
Dr Catriona Wallace, journalist Tracey Spicer and Elladex CEO Shivani Gopal on how gender inequity could be exacerbated by machine learning.
AI is already serving us across many arenas of life, from serving as a round-the-clock doctor to keeping online customers happy.
Of course, the Bible doesn’t mention AI… but it does have many things to say about technology, writes Akos Balogh.
Technology is invading every facet of travel from the transit to the destinations themselves. Travel is set to change dramatically.
In today’s digital age, self-learning has taken on new dimensions, with generations turning to diverse platforms to acquire knowledge.
Gen Z have never known a world without the Internet – so their hobbies, careers, identities and language are being shaped by what’s online.
How do we make sense of the changes AI is bringing? What principles can we use to think through what we adopt and how we adopt it?
As we step back and think about what’s going on with digital technology – including AI – there’s a few keys Christians need to consider.