WPR’s capitol bureau chief takes us through the results of the spring election. Then, we talk to one of the directors of a UW-Madison lab designing educational video games. Later, we learn more about an effort to pause research and development of artificial intelligence.
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Tuesday's spring election results and what they mean
WPR’s capitol bureau chief breaks down results, turnout, and implications from Tuesday’s statewide election.
Video games as educational tools
The Field Day Lab in the Wisconsin Center for Education Research is creating online video games to be used as learning tools for students. We talk to the lab’s creative director about their latest games and how they work.
Tech leaders call for moratorium on AI advancement
Last week, tech leaders including Elon Musk released a letter with over one thousand signatories calling for a moratorium on further development of artificial intelligence for at least 6 months. A tech reporter explains why some of the biggest names in AI are worried about what will happen if it keeps advancing.
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