Keywords: contributors , opinion , media , social media
It’s an expansion of traditional literacy that accounts for all the ways we process and produce information. The goal of media literacy education is to empower active citizens to be critical thinkers and responsible producers of media.
Keywords: tristan harris , yuval noah harari , nicholas thompson , wired , ai , interview , time well spent , ethics , ethical design , artificial intelligence , technology , california , democracy , society , corporations , know yourself , robots , algorithms , technological disruption , future , humanity , future of humanity
There are certan moments in history when an economy is propped up by something we don’t want. The biggest example of this is slavery in the 1800s. There was a point at which slavery was propping up the entire world economy. You couldn’t just say “we don’t want to do this anymore, let’s just suck it out of the economy” — the whole economy would collapse (if you did that). But the British Empire, when they decided to abolish slavery, they had to give up 2% of GDP every year for 60 years.
“Yuval Noah Harari and Tristan Harris interviewed by Wired” [50:15 – 51:15]
Keywords: opinion , changing face of media , journalism , media , reporting , responsible reporting
We all are very good individuals as well as responsible citizens of the country, lets build it organically and keep its sanctity alive. Lets concentrate on immediate and urgent issues which require our attention so that we contribute towards a healthy and better India. Lets build a better ideology and thought process via media. Also be aware of fake news going around you!!
There are also many “fake news” websites that compete for attention with sensational headlines and ridiculous storylines that tend to get shared more often due to the lack of readers fact checking or reading more than the headline. That means that authentic content is hard to come by now. In fact, fake news is actually more likely to spread than the truth.