Can AI lie?

We live and exist in a technological world. Gone are the days where we depend upon the direct word of another for our information. Progressively in the last and present centuries, the speed of change of communication technologies has rapidly diversified to the extent that we are able to get the point of view of another from almost any part of the world. We are no longer restricted* to singular sources of information but can pick and choose what we wish. But what is the real truth and if its not, then can we tell if we are only interacting with a machine? Thus, can Artificial Intelligence lie?

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Generosity is spreading

A positive consequence of the COVID-19 disruption in the education and training sectors is benevolence. Beyond the heroic and selfless sacrifice that essential workers and frankly non-essential workers such as store clerks and maintenance caretakers are performing to keep societies safe, educators are exhibiting an unprecedented level of generosity and cooperation. For the purposes of this post, I include vendors, organizations, individuals, social groups and governments in the education realm. The following list reveals how we are all experiencing an abundance of support and information with our peers. It is amazing to see how people are at their best during a crisis.

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