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Technology and Democracy

As you begin your day, you likely check your email, social media accounts, various app notifications, and even breaking news alerts that came in as you slept. Every morning most of us encounter the onslaught of innovation before we even have our first cup of coffee.

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How to think about screen time and our kids

A new survey about tweens and teenagers confirms what most of us already knew: our kids are spending a lot of time online and watching video content. Common Sense Media released a survey about online video consumption and children last week that reveals that the percentage of those watching online content has doubled in the last four years, with the average child spending four to seven hours engaged in entertainment media every day.

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Christians and Aging

It’s tempting in our technologically rich society to treat old age as a burden and nuisance rather than something to be embraced.

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Two things to remember before you share about your kids online

As parents, we tend to share things online about our children without much thought. And the cute, intimate moments of childhood and adolescence are shown to thousands of “followers” and “friends” online without their knowledge or consent. Yet, have we stopped to think about what effects this will have on our children as they grow older?

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How to think about screen time and our kids

A new survey about tweens and teenagers confirms what most of us already knew: our kids are spending a lot of time online and watching video content.

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Why big tech struggles with ethics

In April, Google made news yet again with the controversy surrounding the formation of an ethics board focused on artificial intelligence (AI).

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How the Internet is Weakening our Language

The statistics are truly astounding. American adults are now spending more than 11 hours a day consuming media.

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AI and the Christian’s Call to Engage

In early 2018, Google was under intense pressure from its own employees to drop a contract with the U.S. Department of Defense.

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