This week, Karli Zschogner hosts an in-depth discussion with Dalhousie’s new and first Mi’kmaq Dalhousie Student Union President Aaron Prosper. From Eskasoni First Nation, he discusses his plan, with discussion on incorporating traditional knowledge into academia, two-eyed seeing, and into the next steps of incorporating.
Libby Scofield, organizer of a King’s Tenants Rights Workshop discusses commonly unknown rights of tenants.
King’s Professor Gordon McOuat of the Automatons! From Ovid to AI lecture series reflects from a public debate with Noel Sharkey, a professor of robotics and popular BBC commentator, and Duncan MacIntosh, Professor of Philosophy at Dalhousie University, on the role of autonomous weapons and killer machines in our society and to what degree should we be concerned. McOuat says people need to get out of their silos and to think beyond the paycheck.