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Beneath the jargon, a new UN report serves up a revolutionary response to climate change.
The political ideas we have held for centuries are ill-equipped to respond to today's challenges.
The Myers-Briggs Bias: An Interview with Merve Emre
Merve Emre, Deborah Chasman
Through the experience of parenting his daughter, a software developer came to see Google and Facebook as the first digital children.
In the era of digital neighborhoods, social networks embolden a new kind of racial surveillance.
Clarence Harlan Orsi
A new book on climate change deploys an old theme, pitting man against nature. This is not only wrong; it stands in the way of a just future.
From laundry to meal prep, apps tend to mimic maternal care. Is this good for women?
Two new books—one on quantum physics, one on Thomas Kuhn—seek to reestablish the authority of reason and evidence.
Were data crimes perpetrated against U.S. voters? We are about to know a lot more.
‘Happy End’ is the culmination of Haneke’s obsession with how technology mediates our desires.
The public has paid for Musk’s vision. So why is the green economy still not here?
In the Turkish government’s rush to root out conspirators, the threshold for guilt is low.
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