Posted on: March 4, 2024 Posted by: Ana Clara Dondoni Braz Comments: 0

A Glimpse Into the Future of AI: Education and Daily Life

A Glimpse Into the Future of AI: Education and Daily Life By Ana Dondoni | News | Marcch 4, 2024 Cover Illustration: 3D render of AI and GPU processors, 2023. Igor Omilaev / Unsplash Culture Reporter Ana Clara Dondoni Braz looks at the latest developments in Artificial Intelligence, reflecting on their impact in education and daily life. Is AI the future of learning? Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already transformed teaching and…

Posted on: March 4, 2024 Posted by: Amy Rushton Comments: 0

The James W. Foley Freedom Run: An Interview with Callie Patteson

The James W. Foley Freedom Run: An Interview with Callie Patteson By Amy Rushton  | News | March 4, 2024 Cover Illustration: Photo of people in a marathon, 2019. RUN 4 FFWPU / Pexels In an interview with Callie Patteson, News Reporter Amy Rushton reports on the virtual run held by the James W. Foley Freedom Society, raising awareness for journalist safety. The James W. Foley Freedom Society was established…

Posted on: February 19, 2024 Posted by: Tamara Kanuchova Comments: 0

A Pick From International Film Festival Rotterdam 2024: Green Border

A Pick From International Film Festival Rotterdam 2024: Green Border By Tamara Ka?uchová | Culture | February 19, 2024 Cover Illustration: The Green Border film still. Agnieszka Holland / IFFR Culture reporter Tamara Ka?uchová reports on Green Border, a must-watch from The International Film Festival Rotterdam. Standing ovation, a full movie theater, people leaving the film in tears. In brief, that was the screening of Green Border by Agnieszka Holland at…

Posted on: February 14, 2024 Posted by: Nina Cerasuolo Comments: 0

Of Beauty and Pain: Nan Goldin at Stedelijk Museum

Of Beauty and Pain: Nan Goldin at Stedelijk Museum By Nina Cerasuolo | News / Culture | February 14, 2024 Cover Illustration: Of Beauty and Pain by Nan Goldi at Stedelijke Museum. Nina Cerasuolo / The Amsterdammer  Culture Reporter Nina Cerasuolo discovers the works of American photographer Nan Goldin, whose exhibition was hosted by the Stedelijk Museum.   Sunday, Jan. 28, was the last day visitors of Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum could…

Posted on: February 5, 2024 Posted by: Andra Tache Comments: 0

Words Hurt, Words Heal: The Value of Gender-Neutral Language

Words Hurt, Words Heal: The Value of Gender-Neutral Language  By Andra Tache  | Culture | February 5, 2024 Cover Illustration: Hands with rainbow colors. Cottonbro Studio / Pexels Culture Reporter Andra Tache discusses the effects that non-gender neutral linguistic behaviors may have on the LGBTQ+ community. Why Pronouns Matter “It’s the difference between a cold bath and a hot bath.” When I asked Darcy to describe how it makes them…

Posted on: January 12, 2024 Posted by: Tamara Kanuchova Comments: 0

Amsterdam Light Festival 2023: The Role of AI in Art and Cities

Amsterdam Light Festival 2023: The Role of AI in Art and Cities By Tamara Ka?uchová | Culture | January 12, 2024 Cover Illustration: Artwork “Absorbed by Light” by Gali May Lucas at Amsterdam Light Festival 2023. Janus van den Eijnden / Amsterdam Light Festival Culture Reporter Tamara Ka?uchová explores this year’s edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival, which focused on the impact of AI and technology. For Amsterdammers, the winter season…