Every year, an activist/lobbying group issues a report saying people earning minimum wage cannot afford to rent an apartment anywhere in the country. They play a sleight-of-hand trick by obfuscating (and not revealing) that they are saying such individuals cannot rent an apartment priced at the 40th percentile. Stated another way, this report finds – every year – that people earning minimum wage can not rent apartments priced in the top 60 percent of the market – yet obviously, lower earners likely rent at the bottom of the market, not the top. Every year, the media morons run the same story, never understanding what this report says.
AP issues a “fact check” that everyone, in the comments, points out is wrong. But it’s the AP so an Appeal to Authority!
More “Science and Health” reporters with no training in either science or health. One positions herself as an “AI expert”.
Congress held hearings on the findings of the “Twitter files”, which showed that government agencies worked with Twitter (and other social media companies) to intentionally suppress speech in the United States, and to control access to information. Eventually we would learn that Stanford University ran a program, in conjunction with the social media companies, to intentionally suppress “factually true” statements if they did not support the regime’s desires.
In the Congressional hearing, the Democrat representatives engaged in bizarre questioning, fully supporting government censorship of public discourse, via proxy. In so doing, they labeled their party as the party of censorship – what were they thinking?
True: Mark Cuban says AI chatbots like ChatGPT will make the internet’s misinformation problem worse — especially for middle-aged and older generations. Source: Mark Cuban: ChatGPT, A.I. tech will make internet misinformation worse