Jonathan Taplin, former music and film maven, tells what the new rentier economy of Internet aggregators has done to the arts, journalism, and democracy.
Betsy Brunner at Idaho State examines the creative ways Chinese get around surveillance and censorship on social media.
Tomaso Poggio, Director of MIT’s Center for Minds, Brains, and Machines, explains why AI’s recent success is still a long way from the dystopian fears of robot overlords, but that the threat to jobs is real.
Twenty years after first warning of Internet addiction, Dr. David Greenfield’s diagnosis has gone from outlier to mainstream. He explains what we know, what it means, and what can be done.