Tag: AI

Sisyphean Cycles

Welcome back all! Here’s Digitally Literate, issue #342. It’s good to be back. I have a lot to share in the coming weeks. For now, lets’ get into it. o(^▽^)o Please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Reach out and say hello at hello@digitallyliterate.net. Watch on YouTube Why…

All That Becomes You

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #318. I posted the following this week: Mind The Gap – The “gap” is the space between where we’re actually standing and where we want to be. It’s a call to action to live according to our values and culture, and not just talking about it.Assessing My…

Stochastic Parrots

Hopefully giving you just what you asked for. This week I posted the following: Developing An Attitude of Gratitude – If you focus on what you lack, you lose what you have. If you focus on what you have, you gain what you lack. Risky Business – Teachers are doing one of the most important…

Courage to Continue

Welcome back friends! This was a busy week. This week I also posted the following: Recognizing the Details – Learning Event #6 – Hold space and bear witness to the daily interactions that make up our lives. Development & Validation of the TILT Survey – Behind the scenes of the development and validation of the…

The Coming War

The Coming War Digitally Lit #271 – 12/05/2020 Thank you for being here. You are valued. This week I worked on the following: Trust, But Verify – Users of the Internet become pawns in a flow of information that circulates endlessly in the ether causing a contagion that is nearly insurmountable. Shades of Gray -…

Remember Your Anchors

Remember Your Anchors Digitally Lit #247 – 5/23/2020 Hi all, welcome to issue #247 of Digitally Literate. I also helped post the following: What we can do to support our students’ trauma and our own during these uncertain times? – Rachelle Savitz on how we can use the power of sharing our stories and having…

Digitally Literate #208

Data Rights are Human Rights Digitally Lit #208 – 8/3/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to issue #208 of Digitally Literate. In this newsletter I distill the news of the week in technology into an easy-to-read resource. Thank you for reading. Please subscribe if you haven’t already. Rules for civil engagement:…

Digitally Literate #204

The quiet part out loudDigitally Lit #204 – 7/6/2019 Hi all, my name is Ian O’Byrne and welcome to issue #204 of Digitally Literate. In this newsletter I distill the news of the week in technology into an easy-to-read resource. Thank you for reading. Please subscribe if you haven’t already. This week I was working…

Google Duplex is amazing, creepy, and too good to go to waste

Google Duplex is amazing, creepy, and too good to go to waste (Android Authority)

Google Duplex was the biggest talking point from Google I/O 2018, and we’ve explored what it will mean, should Google actually release it into the wild.

Google Duplex and the new AI that can call and carry a conversation for you. This is the kind of technology people will either want or do anything to avoid. It’s undeniably awesome to have a call made for you to decipher details either not online or that need to be established over the phone, like…