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What is “quiet quitting” and how are companies using AI to detect it?

Last month on The Spark John McElligott, founder and chief executive officer of York Exponential discussed artificial intelligence and its future. As a follow up on that conversation Brian Sathianathan, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of, joined us on The Spark Monday to discuss how his tech company is using Artificial intelligence to help other companies detect what’s called “quiet quitting”.

By Aniya Faulcon

What’s the future of AI? Pennsylvania thought leader on technology had the answers.

In the age of robotics, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, self-driving cars, and chatbots people may wonder what’s the future of artificial intelligence and how can one keep up with new technological advances?
John McElligott, founder and Chief Executive Officer of York Exponential, had the answers for us on The Spark Thursday.

By Aniya Faulcon

How long can workers compete with AI? The fate of two Pittsburgh factories could offer clues

Factories are struggling with staffing as workers continue to age and retire. Two local companies have taken different approaches to solving this long-building problem. One elevates the role of human workers while the other seeks to automate their jobs.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

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In the Age of A.I.

FRONTLINE Investigates the Promise and Perils of Artificial Intelligence
By Fred Vigeant