"The end of life is still life": the CPDH reacts to the call of the 109 "personalities" for euthanasia
The Evangelical Protestant Committee for Human Dignity (CPDH) reacts to the publication of a forum of personalities who wish, by this approach, to put pressure on the government to accelerate on the question of the end of life.
Despite inflation, the French continue to give to associations
Despite inflation, the French continued to send money to charities in 2022, an increase in donations linked in particular to the crisis in Ukraine. But the main collectors remain worried as the needs explode to help the p
La Tilma: highlighting mothers
This Friday, March 10, the third child-mother fashion show of the La Tilma association took place in Vannes. A unique event to celebrate motherhood.
Transhumanists: who are they?
The craze around the conversational agent ChatGPT fuels the debate on the role of emerging technologies in the evolution of humanity. Should they help transcend human limitations? What social project does this imply? These quests
Internal accusations of manipulation of the debate at the Citizens' Convention on the end of life
On February 19, the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE) released the results of the votes of the Citizens' Convention on End of Life
Yes, young people are still reading. But differently!
Since the 1990s, there have been many questions about the reading practices of young people, deploring that they turn less to this hobby than previous generations. It is at the entrance to college that a dropout would occur: the declared number of
Senate resolution to fight pornography receives support from French evangelicals
The French Senate passed a resolution, calling on the government to make the fight against pornography "a public policy priority". Evangelicals welcome this proposal and invite them to continue their efforts in this conspiratorial struggle.
Should AI be kicked out of schools?
The introduction of a new technology generally arouses very clear-cut reactions, between enthusiastic receptions and stubborn reluctance. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception to the rule and raises dilemmas. However, rather than d
Cap Quentin: solidarity at the Paris half-marathon with a young person with Down syndrome
46 runners set off this Sunday morning from the Pont de Sully for the 000th edition of the Paris half-marathon. Among the participants in the 29 kilometer event was Quentin, a 21,1-year-old young man with Down syndrome.
Elon Musk goes to war against ChatGPT which he describes as "woke"
Since the appearance of ChatGPT at the end of last November, interest in the chatbot has continued to grow, whether to marvel at it or to worry about it. Elon Musk, member of the board of directors until 2018 of the company which created this prototype, denounces