Is social media good — or dangerous? Are these behind the explosion of know-how meant to deliver us collectively, really driving us aside? Is it true that the youthful technology views social media in a wholly totally different means than do child boomers? Is it even doable for tech giants to get a deal with on the disinformation flooding their social media websites?
These and different questions had been a part of a panel dialogue throughout an Oct. 21 occasion on the SteamPlant.
Fact Has a Voice Basis, together with co-sponsors Colorado Mountain Faculty and Central Colorado Humanists, held a displaying of the documentary, The Social Dilemma, on the SteamPlant. This highly effective movie was the point of interest for a panel dialogue following the viewing of the movie.
The panel dialogue was targeted on the native impacts of social media and was moderated by Leslie Matthews. A video of the panel dialogue is now out there on the Fact Has a Voice Basis web site, truthhasavoicefoundation.org. The documentary itself might be considered on YouTube or Netflix.
Panel members left to proper in picture, included: Kelsey McNeill, a psychological well being specialist with Solvista Well being; Michelle Pujol, an MBA in Worldwide Administration with intensive expertise within the digital advertising and marketing and operations trade (who manages social media for Ark Valley Voice); Dr. Libby Stuyt, a licensed psychiatrist with experience in habit and mind functioning; and two Salida Excessive Faculty college students, Stella Veazey and Kalister Banghart, who introduced an necessary present youth perspective to the dialogue.
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