The Concept of Grand Challenges for Social Work

Who came up with this idea In 1900, German mathematician David Hilbert presented 23 unsolved “mathematical puzzles” to an international society of mathematicians. According to the Grand Challenges for Social Work, his list galvanized the efforts of mathematicians for the next 100 years. It is their belief that we owe the concept of the grand […]

The Global Implications of Algorithm Bias

The prophetic theme of George Orwell’s novel titled, Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984), is that dystopian society is being monitored by Artificial Intelligence at all times.  This fact has definitely become an intrinsic part of our reality, and as we continue moving toward an exclusive reliance on technology to efficiently ease secondary tasks and allowing us time […]

This is What a Desert Looks Like

#foodinsecurity #fooddeserts #itsnotwhatitlookslike #feedamerica #nochildhungry Most Americans today grew up watching commercials on TV asking for donations to feed the hungry children in Africa or Southeast Asia.  Our parents guilted us into finishing our plates, reminding us that kids in far off places were much less fortunate than ourselves.  Make no mistake – those populations […]