When Obama ran for president, they didn’t have to beg us to vote. We were inspired, so we showed up in large numbers (I believe record numbers if I’m not mistaken).
Now with Hillary and Trump, it seems like everywhere I turn someone is urging and pleading with us to register and vote (for Hillary). If you were actually a good candidate, and a good potential president, you wouldn’t have to beg us to participate.
I really wish we could just redo the whole #election2016. Then again, it’s rigged anyway. Smh.
I’m honestly very dissappointed with America right now. I’m hoping she redeems herself in 2017.
Presidential advisors want more information on artificial intelligence and cognitive technology. In order to use it to best serve the people, the White House asked what leaders should consider when applying technology like Watson to challenges and opportunities in matters like education, the economy and climate change. In it’s public response, IBM wrote back:
“We believe that many of the ambiguities and inefficiencies of the critical systems that facilitate life on this planet can be eliminated. And we believe that AI systems are the tools that will help us accomplish these ambitious goals.”
Why did USA TODAY’s Editorial Board decide to break with its tradition of not taking sides in a presidential race? Take a look at the video above to find out why we say: Vote. Just not for Donald Trump.
The game’s creators have launched a fundraiser, America Votes With Cards Against Humanity, where they’re letting their customers decide which of the two campaigns should received the donations the company collects.
“Today, we’re letting America choose between two new expansion packs about either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump,” the project’s website reads. “At the end of this promotion, Cards Against Humanity will tally up the sales of both packs, and depending on which pack gets more support, we will donate all the money in support of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.”
Julia Stewart was a waitress at
IHOP when she was 16, eventually
working her way up through many
jobs to become president at
Applebees. After being passed over
for CEO, she left Applebees, returned
to IHOP and became CEO, then later
acquired Applebees. Source