Notre inquiétude envers les médias sociaux ressemble étrangement à celle que nous avions envers les médias des années 40.Read More
Nous ressentons à la fois ce que nous avons perdu et ce que nous gagnons, c’est un sentiment contradictoire de mélancolie et d'excitation tout à la fois, un sentiment étonnant de deuil et de matin de Noël tout à la fois.Read More
Simuler des événemnst tels que le 11 septembreRead More
Imaginez bâtir un système d’éducation fondé sur la beauté, l’émerveillement et la passion.Read More
People used to make several trips to a store before buying an expensive item like a couch. They would go once to browse options, again to narrow down their favorites, and again to finally pull the trigger on a blue velvet love seat. On each trip, they were likely to make lots of other small purchases as they wandered around. But today many consumers can do all their prep online, which means less ambling through shopping centers and less making incidental purchases at adjacent stores (“I’m tired, let’s go home … oh wait, there’s a DSW right there, I need new sneakers”).
It might sound like a futuristic dystopian nightmare but the system is already a reality. Social credit is preventing people from buying airline and train tickets, stopping social gatherings from happening, and blocking people from going on certain dating websites. Meanwhile, those viewed kindly are rewarded with discounted energy bills and similar perks.Read More
We will probably have an IQ of 1,000 or more. There will be no more spelling classes for our kids, because there's no spelling issue anymore. There's no math issue anymore. And I think what really will happen is that we can be super creative. And we are. We are creative. That's our secret weapon.
What if you could build Google in a day?Read More
Machine-made images and videos will accelerate the spread of fake content online, according to AI experts and neuroscientistsRead More
TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS, THE conventional wisdom now goes, are not neutral. Their design and structure encourage certain behaviors, and then their algorithms control us even more. We may feel like we’re paddling our own boats, but the platform is the river and the algorithms are the current.Read More
Falsehoods almost always beat out the truth on Twitter, penetrating further, faster, and deeper into the social network than accurate information.Read More
A new technology—virtual embodiment—challenges our understanding of who and what we are.Read More
New algorithms show how swarms of very simple robots can be made to work together as a group.Read More
Through DNA editing, researchers hope to alter the genetic destiny of species and eliminate diseases.Read More