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Technology Tuesday March 7, 2017

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Technology Tuesday March 7, 2017

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Technology Tuesday March 7, 2017
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6819772?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 08 Mar 2017 04:11:21 +0000 Technology Tuesday March 7, 2017 Technology Tuesday March 7, 2017 http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6819772?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KAMC technology tuesday. bryan 3-d printers are starting to pop up everywhere.. and if the folks at 'ford motor company' are right.. those printers could change the way we make cars in this country. ford is now experimenting with 3-d printed car parts. the automaker figures the parts will be lighter... and therefore more fuel efficient. so far, it's only things like spoilers, or plastic moldings for car interiors.. and parts for its race car division. but if it works out, 3-d printed parts could be used for mass- market cars and trucks in the very near future. bryan the folks at 'facebook' have expanded their existing suicide prevention tools.. this, after a series of live- streamed suicides. the people streaming on 'facebook live'.. as well as the audience -will get better access to reporting and support. our 'nick mcgill' shows us. its a disturbing trend-people taking their own lives and broadcasting it on facebook live. now the company says thayre going to do more to prevent it. today the company announced new suicide prevention tools built in to its live feature. rolling out live support from crisis intervention programs... as well as making it easier for users to report suicide or self injury cases. theyll even use artificial intelligence to help identify warning signs. 'i think its great that they are doing it.' says the new feature could save lives. 'i think were in a brave new world where social media is part of the fabric of societyand we need to adapt to that.' niculescu specializes in personalized medicine and neuropsychiatric disorders. he says because social media is in a part of our everyday life its important to address everyday challenges where in spaces where they can reach the most people. as a physician i would like to have the ability to at least to try and help people, to nudge them, to intervene to give them the information. and hopefully that intervention will change their directory.' and he says facebook has the ability to do that. 'i think technology is not good or bad its how you use it. the announcement today from facebook i think is a positve development thats trying to use technology for good and were very supportive of that.' bryan 'nick mcgill' reporting. the way it works.. is that people watching a live video can reach out directly to the person.. report the video.. or choose from a list of resources to help the




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