Author: Nick Stulga

Posted on: October 22, 2021 Posted by: Nick Stulga Comments: 0

Tech CEO uses artificial intelligence to enhance human connections

By Nick Stulga, JRN 111 Student Matt Coughlin is a man of many words, taking calls all day long. So it’s no surprise that he has a multitude of mottos. “Obstacles are opportunities. They’re just not yet achieved,” said Coughlin, the founder and CEO of XSELL Technologies, a Chicago-based artificial intelligence company. “I think if I were to look back on most of the things that I’ve gotten great satisfaction…

Posted on: September 24, 2021 Posted by: Nick Stulga Comments: 0

How can we recognize truth amid misinformation? Speakers explain

Graphic by Sarah Kauffman By Nick Stulga, JRN 111 Student In this age of ever-increasing public distrust in the media, it would benefit us all to take a step back and assess our news before spreading it. That was one of the key points in the discussion in part 2 of MV’s “Blame it on the Media: The Erosion of Trust and Truth and What We Can Do About It,”…

Posted on: September 17, 2021 Posted by: Nick Stulga Comments: 0

MV event to show how to filter ‘fake news’ in age of mistrust

Graphic by Sarah Kauffmann By Nick Stulga, JRN 111 Student We live in an age of mistrust of “the media.” At the same time, information is coming at us at all times. So how to we sift through it all? That question will be the focus of a talk by information literacy librarian Tish Hayes and journalism professor Lisa Couch on Wednesday as they present part 2 of their event,…