Wu is not alone in her struggle to cope with cruelty and negativity on social media. It’s time to do it less and live more.
AI may indeed take over humanity, but only if we willingly let it.
Because technique, by nature, is totalitarian. It leaves little room for human invention, spontaneity or morality.
Like Truman, most of us are blissfully unaware that the digital screens in our lives – smartphones, tablets, computers, and TVs – have been shaping our desires and influencing our choices.
The only people that can help you get some big picture context with technology are those who have lived through more technological advances than you have – your elders!
In the wake of the Facebook whistleblower’s testimony, we should set boundaries for the gadgets, machines and platforms we use.
The futurists say strong AI is just around the corner. But their claims are based on a fundamental misjudgment about human intelligence that dates back to the very birth of the AI project.
A multi-device keyboard for a multi-tasking era. But does it really dial up productivity?