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Int’l Comm day : AI has come to stay, embrace it with Professional Objective and Ethics- Adamawa Dep Gov Tasks Journalists

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Int’l Comm day : AI has come to stay, embrace it with Professional Objective and Ethics- Adamawa Dep Gov Tasks Journalists

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Adamawa State Deputy Governor, Prof. Kaletawpa George Farauta has urged journalists to keep being professional, ethical and objective in information dissemination.

Farauta, speaking during the commemoration of the World 58th Communication Day organized by the Catholic Church, at the St Augustine Catholic Church on Sunday in Yola, said the journalist can either make or mar peace depending on the conscience to be ethical or marchant of disinformation.

“Artificial Intelligence and the Wisdom of the Heart: Towards a Fully Human Communication” as the theme of the Message of Pope Francis for the 58th World Day of Social Communications focuses on improving social communications and showing compassion to those in need.

Artificial Intelligence (AI), described in simple terms as “technology that enables computers and machines to simulate human intelligence and problem-solving capabilities,” has come to be part of our lives in the digital era. The various applications for Artificial Intelligence are increasing daily and they are gifts to our generation that must be harnessed wisely.

The Deputy Governor urged the media practitioners to remain ethical and objective in their reportage, adding that despite modern technologies, “but we cannot eliminate human trafficking.

“I am also grateful to the media, many of them paid great attention to the work.

“Most of you have covered up your exposure to dangerous situations in your reporting of events.

“We pray to God that the media will continue to report the true events in the world”.

The priest of the Catholic Church in the state, Bishop Stephen Dami Mamza, urged Christians to stand firm, not to accept any divisive idea and work to achieve the goal of Jesus Christ; instilling unity among followers.