his week was Mental Health Awareness Week, so I invited a new local organisation in, called 'Nineteen'. After interviewing them, I became very informed about common mental health issue that are seen today, as well as mental health as a whole. You can listen to the interview below:
It's now been a year since Sadiq Khan became the Mayor of London. Even though it's only been a year, he's achieved quite a lot, including: helping protect people enjoying nightlife, by providing night tubes, lowering transport cost, lowering air pollution, protecting London renters, etc.
Q) What do you think of Sadiq?
It's been another week of Labour and Conservative battles, which has been hard to avoid both online and on the streets. Online, people are sharing articles based on who they support and no the streets, people are debating and protesting for the party they believe in.
This week, Labour have been the more favourable party by promising free education system, much like the free health system we already have. They want to scrap tuition fees, while making child care and teacher training completely free.
Q) What do you think about this?
Q) Is it realistic to make education free?
Police in Durham are trialling an AI system to judge the risk of suspects re-offending. The aim of the AI system is to classify re-offending as low, medium or high risk.
Q) Should AI systems be allowed to make these judgement, or should humans be the judge?
Source: Sky News