The Facebook Dilemma – Part 2

FRONTLINE investigates a series of warnings to Facebook as it grew into a global empire. A series of mounting crises at Facebook, from the company’s failure to protect users’ data, to the proliferation of “fake news” and disinformation, have raised the question: How has Facebook’s historic success brought about real-world

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The Facebook Dilemma – Part 1

A major investigation of Facebook’s impact on privacy and democracy around the world. Facebook’s promise was to create a more open and connected world. FRONTLINE finds that multiple warnings about the platform’s negative impact on privacy and democracy were eclipsed by Facebook’s relentless pursuit of growth. About FRONTLINE: FRONTLINE is

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AI and the Art of Ingenuity: Computational Creativity

Will a computer ever be more creative than a human? In this compelling program, artists, musicians, neuroscientists, and computer scientists explore the future of artistry and imagination in the age of artificial intelligence. Today, there are robots that make art, move like dancers, tell stories, and even help human chefs

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Millennial And Gen Z Audiences Are Leaving Social Media And The Reason Is Antisocial Social Media

“When you look at who is – and more importantly, who is not – driving the growth and popularity of social platforms, a key demographic appears to be somewhat in retreat: young people. They’re craving privacy, safety, and a respite from the throngs of people on social platforms (throngs that

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Childhood 2.0: A Social Media Dangers | A Documentary

For the first time in history, mental illness and suicide have become one of the greatest threats to school-aged children. Many parents still view dangers as primarily physical and external, but they’re missing the real danger: kids spending more time online and less time engaging in real life, free play,

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Teens, Social Media, and Technology | A Documentary

Social media gives teens new platforms for self-expression, validation, and even potential fame – but at what cost? Today, thanks to the internet, teens are able to connect and engage with their culture, celebrities, movies, brands – in ways never before possible. But is that real empowerment, or do corporations

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Art & Copy | Documentary About Advertising And Inspiration

ART & COPY is a powerful new film about advertising and inspiration. Directed by Doug Pray (SURFWISE, SCRATCH, HYPE!), it reveals the work and wisdom of some of the most influential advertising creatives of our time – people who’ve profoundly impacted our culture, yet are virtually unknown outside their industry.

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School, Pressure & Innovative Education – DW Documentary

The Asian country is famed for its strong education system, and educational success there is closely tied to socioeconomic status. While Western countries applaud South Korea’s academic achievements, the deeper reality reveals a system ruled by intense competition and an obsession with grades. Studying hard to be the best is profoundly ingrained in the Korean psyche.

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Branding A Charity – What, Why And How

A brand is just an identity. It’s how you define yourself to your target audience and begin building the affinity that turns people into dedicated advocates and donators. A brand is something that all groups have, regardless of whether you actively invest in it or not. The act of charity branding merely allows you to have some control over how people see your organisation.

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