As humankind enters a new normal, human interaction within digital space becomes essential. Therefore, it is imperative to bring human digital judgment into the junctions of one’s life. This humanities seminar views human interaction in the hunt for science, technology, and math through gender-kind. The search for digital space, education, and culture includes using different lenses to view how science, technology, engineering, and math affect poverty and the implicit bias of one’s culture. While technology seems to eliminate poverty, the opposite may be more of the truth as technology, science, engineering, and math accelerates a significant divide between the “haves” and the “have-nots.” Our quest is to answer if technology and math facilitate the possibility of humans and near-humans the opportunity to endure and gain freedom.
- Instructor: Michael Oliver