Nobody is prepared for how AI will transform academia.
Expect AI art to go the way of Warhol.
The future of artificial intelligence is neither utopian nor dystopian—it’s something much more interesting.
Machine sentience is overrated.
As a writer, I’ve explored political rage at a distance. The anti-vax trucker convoy brought it up close and personal.
Some of the best-educated people in the country have overseen the destruction of their institutions.
When life feels this precarious, it’s only natural to roll the dice on just about everything.
Canadian progressives have to decide whether they care more about Justin Trudeau’s policy achievements or his offensive style.
In Japan, men are taking parenting classes to become more marriageable.
The central conflict of domestic life right now isn't men versus women or mothers versus fathers; it's the family against money.
Social media—from Facebook to Twitter—have made us more densely networked than ever. Yet for all this connectivity, new research suggests that we have never been lonelier (or more narcissistic)—and that this loneliness is making us mentally and physically ill. A report on what the epidemic of loneliness is doing to our souls and our society.