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Why children at school age should have phones

David121288
DonutQueen

I personally feel ALL school age children should have phones. Ok, so you know if your a parent you want your children to be safe. Well imagine this, your son or daughter is getting out of basketball it's in a bad part of town. They see a creepy old man slowly walks towards them, the have no phone no way to contact you AND YOU ARE LATE. They ate scared and have no where to run or hide. You finally get there but him or her is gone. They were stolen never to be seen again, probably beaten and abus...

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6 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Should youtube ban stunt videos?

SilverWolf001
XxMelissaxX

Adolescents are getting hurt from trying to imitate stunt videos from youtube....

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4 Comments
Updated 2 Months Ago

Technology: Reducing the quality of Human Interaction

vortex86
OsamaTheCityzen

As the con, I am taking on the role of arguing the negative ramifications of technology (in use). Specifically in regards to the quality of human interaction. Note - I agree that technology is a tool and not an agent in which would be responsible for its actions. I'm discussing the usage of said technology only and the effects therein. For the purposes of this debate, human interaction will be defined as the effect in which we act and react to those around us. Unless an alternative agreed...

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12 Comments
Updated 3 Months Ago

We should no longer research or attempt to create an AI or Super intelligence

w1tchch1ld
Danielle

AIs have been researched for almost half a century now, and now making up roughly 10% of all computer sciences research, they're dominating the research field, and occupy just as many resources. Just recently a massive 636 Million USD, was donated towards the (American) National Science foundation for Computer Sciences. Of this, 56 million was used in research toward AI. In addition, Cambridge has given out two million dollars in an AI research grant, and Elon Musk, the billionaire entrepreneur...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

The iPhone is better than the Samsung Galaxy.

Sweg123
segregory

Apple's iPhone is WAY better than the Samsung Galaxy phones. First round is acceptance and your first arguments. Good Luck to my opponent....

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1 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Future Technology is good

futuretechnologyisgood
Shamoo2

Technology will help people in many ways. Yes, kids spend too much time online, but the good outweighs the bad....

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Updated 2 Months Ago

Is .gif pronounced gif(con) or jif(pro)?

Theron
ballpit

It's pronounced jif. How do I know? Literally IT/computer person I know who works with computers for a living says jif. And I know a lot of people. As for rules, I don't care. Anything goes. Have fun, and don't take it too seriously....

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2 Comments
Updated 3 Months Ago

Social Media - A Good Thing or a Bad Thing?

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DogInTheBox

Social Media - A Good Thing or a Bad Thing? Yes. The reason I think social media is good for kids is because it shows ways to express themselves, and is a good way for communication. Social media has made it possible for like minded individuals to discuss important topics, widen their personal knowledge and discover things they never knew before. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others are a cost effective means of spreading the word and getting support. You might find your old pals...

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0 Comments
Updated 5 Months Ago

PC Gaming is better then Console Gaming.

Sweg123
WubblesTM

PC Gaming is way better then any form of Console Gaming (Xbox, Playstation, Wii, etc...) If you feel that Console Gaming is better then PC Gaming then please debate me. Have fun. :D...

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5 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Google Scholar= AIDS

SmexyShrexy69
Yugandda

Google Scholar is AIDS because every source on there is way too long and you can never find what you actually want....

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Updated 1 Month Ago