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  • The AI programs we are creating could outsmart us and lead to our collective demise, according to the tech industry's leading experts who say it's time to address the threats they pose.
  • "For safety reasons we need to know the weight of all items onboard the aircraft," Air New Zealand says. Numbers from the scales won't be displayed and will remain anonymous, the airline says.
  • An update of the news, events and issues that are trending right now across South Carolina's business community. Mike Switzer interviews Alan Cooper, founder and editor of three online business news websites in South Carolina: MidlandsBiz, UpstateBizSC, and LowCountryBizSC. Disclaimer: Alan Cooper’s company has a business relationship with Voterheads.com, an affiliate of Magnolia Media, which is the producer of the South Carolina Business Review.
  • An update of the news, events and issues that are trending right now across South Carolina's business community. Mike Switzer interviews Alan Cooper, founder and editor of three online business news websites in South Carolina: MidlandsBiz, UpstateBizSC, and LowCountryBizSC. Disclaimer: Alan Cooper’s company has a business relationship with Voterheads.com, an affiliate of Magnolia Media, which is the producer of the South Carolina Business Review.
  • Gov. Ron DeSantis says the penalties for companies that violate new employment requirements will help the state prosper. But businesses and immigrant activists alike say it'll do more harm than good.
  • The onetime Silicon Valley has surrendered herself to federal authorities at the Bryan, Texas, prison camp, an all-female facility about 100 miles outside of Houston.
  • The White House and House Republicans have a deal on the debt ceiling. What remains to be done — and what are the roadblocks — ahead of a vote this week in the House?
  • (Originally broadcast 3-9-23) - Suicide continues to be a very serious problem within our military community but there is a crisis mapping program available now in one county in our state that hopes to turn that tide. Mike Switzer interviews Jessica Varney, a collaboration manager with Pickens County, which recently won the community service award from Innovision.
  • (Originally broadcast 3-9-23) - Suicide continues to be a very serious problem within our military community but there is a crisis mapping program available now in one county in our state that hopes to turn that tide. Mike Switzer interviews Jessica Varney, a collaboration manager with Pickens County, which recently won the community service award from Innovision.
  • NPR's Leila Fadel talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about the long-term impact of the federal debt ceiling deal that was struck over the weekend.