From presentation and paper M. Tadros gave at WSIS 2018 There is no doubt as to the benefits of ICTs. They are reflected in areas such as governance, poverty alleviation, education, health, the environment and community development. Link to sustainable goals (WSIS, 2016) In WSIS 2016, a link was made between VR and the SDGs, […]Read more..
Virtual Activism owes its work to the following volunteers: James Vasquez for his design of the 404 page] Jes Waldrip for her tireless work with Virtual Activism including, but not limited to, writing tutorials. She was also a co-trainer at some of Morocco’s workshops. Steve Rudolfi for creating games for Virtual Activism and other activities. […]Read more..
“I have always known that a human being has only one life, never more. For me, I have 2, and I will share them with you.” My first Life: It was a day like any other. I woke up in the morning to start a new school day. I got ready to go to college. […]Read more..
The Guardian is reporting that YouTube, in its attempt to crack down on hate speech, is deleting videos of Nazi history, much to the consternation of teachers who use it as a resource. YouTube has launched a new policy this week, in which it announced: ” … we’re taking another step in our hate speech policy by […]Read more..
The following are the key take-aways from the AI for Good Summit that took place in May, 2019. In his keynote address, Siemens’ Snabe said that “ever since it began, technology was always based on promises.” He continued that we recognize that data and AI are fundamental tools in solving the grand challenges facing humanity. […]Read more..