In a wide-ranging conversation, philosopher Michael Zimmerman contextualizes our technological journey within the history of Western thought.
Gmail offers users canned responses to emails, based on AI interpretations of the contents and the user’s typical writing style. This convenience, unknown to the recipient, comes at a social cost.
Twitter has become deeply integrated into the literary world, creating a vastly different dynamic between authors and readers.
France recently passed legislation that’s being billed as a “right to be offline.” What’s behind it, and can we learn something from the French conception of work/life boundaries?
If the Internet is a global neural network, then who are we?