Articles tagged with science-and-technology

Anna Romina Guevarra

The pandemic increased demand and possibilities for automating care, but doing so may deliver racist stereotypes and unemployment for women of color.

Nichola Lowe

To support the work of the future, we must promote workers’ skills as crucial to technological progress.

John Crowley

A recent government report gave UFOs a rebrand, but so many basic questions remain unanswered.

Annette Zimmermann

Justice demands that we think not just about profit or performance, but above all about purpose.

Alina Utrata

Billionaires such as Musk, Bezos, and Branson peddle the idea that space represents a public hope, all the while reaping big private profits.

Erica X Eisen

Seventy years after the civil preparedness film Duck and Cover, it is long past time to reckon with the way white supremacy shaped U.S. nuclear defense efforts during the Cold War.

Rosie Gillies
Paula Findlen

Recent efforts to commemorate Laura Bassi—a pioneering physicist in eighteenth-century Italy—often say more about us than the world of women in science.

Daron Acemoglu

Final response: It is not too late to put technology to work to create jobs and opportunities and to support individual freedom and democracy.

Lama Nachman

AI doesn’t have to be a total substitution. It can be a supplement.