Health officials in the U.S. now blame sandwiches as one of the leading reasons waistlines across the country are expanding.
Category: TRENDS EYE VIEW – Mar 21 2023
YOUNG AMERICANS DITCH COLLEGE FOR APPRENTICESHIPS, FURTHER CEMENTING OUR TOP TREND
A college diploma was once considered a ticket to life comfortably placed in the middle class, but young Americans are taking another look at the cost-benefits of spending four years or more in university and spending tens of thousands compared to a well-placed apprenticeship.
THINK COVID WILL KILL YOU? DRINK ‘FOREVER CHEMICALS’ FROM YOUR TAP
The Environmental Protection Agency announced last week that it will force water utilities across the U.S. to put limits on the amount of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances—known as PFAS, or “forever chemicals”—that can be present in drinking water a year after scientists discovered it takes an even smaller amount of exposure to be detrimental to the public’s health.
U.S. TECH COMPANIES ARE UP TO THEIR AI’S IN THE UKRAINE WAR
U.S. tech companies have been working so closely with the Pentagon on Ukraine War operations, they might as well be re-christened “Tech Force.”
TOP TREND 2023, AI WE OWN YOU: HUMAN ARTISTRY CAMPAIGN OUT TO PRESERVE RIGHTS OF HUMAN CREATIVES
Powerful creative industry groups are now coming together to advocate for intellectual property and other rights of human workers and creatives threatened by generative AI systems.