The Writers Guild of America won important protections, but it’s not enough. When the Screen Actors Guild goes to the table, it should fight for more to keep AI from impinging on the work of artists.
Days seem to be rushing ahead in a disturbing blur, or else slowing painfully down. Maybe it’s a tale as old as—well, you know.
Normally, correcting disadvantages beyond our control is seen as laudable. So why do people look down on individuals who alter their looks?
Abuses on Kiwi Farms have sparked debate about harassment, safety, and free speech, with activists on both sides caught in an ethical minefield.
“It’s like the secret identity of Batman or Superman. You’re not supposed to know who this person is, they didn’t want you to know, and somehow you found out.”
It’s easy to feel like there’s no escape from doomscrolling. The classical Chinese handscroll suggests otherwise.
New technologies have long promised to make human software engineers redundant. But developers have only gotten more important over time.
Police arrested and detained the wrong David Sosa—twice. Advances in technology should have prevented such mistakes long ago.
What does the author and lifestyle guru have in common with the mathematician Stan Ulam—and Benjamin Franklin?