The struggle between the use of math for benevolent or malevolent purposes carries from at least WWII into today’s debates on AI.
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Clark’s poetry collection questions how those excluded from spoken conversation devise new avenues for transmission.
“Good afternoon, ma’am. Do you ever feel that it is so hard to know how to be happy?”
Games like Wordle and CALL OF DUTY equally stem from capital's attempt to conquer leisure time. Is there a better way to play?
"We define ourselves more by certain emotions. I've never heard anybody say, 'I'm trying to get over my embarrassment and I feel so inauthentic.'"
What were the books of 2022 that dazzled, challenged, and inspired us?
Collective feminist narratives can acknowledge, to differing degrees, the stories that are missing from them.