Blog March 24, 2023

The trending AI tools students are using to fuel their health, happiness, and future success

Just four months after the launch of its popular ChatGPT AI platform, its parent company, OpenAI, recently announced they are releasing an updated version of the software: ChatGPT 4. But, it isn’t the only AI tool in the game. Did you know there are plenty of other AI tools out there that students can use to enhance their learning, increase productivity, and brainstorm ideas with a built-in personal assistant? 

Blog March 24, 2023

Find Your Influencers: The most followed TikTok creators of 2023

From dance trends and comedy skits to morning routines and beauty tutorials, TikTok creators have made their mark on the internet and become household names in the process. As students explore the wide range of content available, it’s important to be mindful of the potential impact it can have on their mental well-being. By actively choosing to follow TikTok creators who promote healthy habits and uplifting messages, students can create a positive social media experience.

Blog March 24, 2023

How students really feel about a potential TikTok ban

In case you missed it, TikTok is on trial as the United States considers banning the platform due to national security concerns. What makes this week different from others is that TikTok CEO, Shou Zi Chew recently appeared in front of the US House Committee on Energy and Commerce to provide reassurance that the popular platform for students is not a threat. TikTok has become a part of students’ social worlds, boasting 150 million active users in the United States alone. 

Blog March 17, 2023

Understanding Deepfakes: Equip students to spot misinformation on social media

Anyone with a free app can now accomplish what was once only achievable by sophisticated technology and computer whizzes. Deepfakes, which are inauthentic digital content made with artificial intelligence (AI) technology, are now going viral on popular social media apps such as TikTok, YouTube, and Twitter. By equipping students with the skills to spot it, we can empower them to evaluate whether what they see is true or not, so they can help stop incorrect information from spreading.