Bruce Sterling writes about the efficacy of an ethics manifesto by AI programmers.
Andy Fitch talks with Joseph E. Stiglitz about phantom market competition and the depersonalized externalities of the modern economy.
Elliot Schiff remembers David Berman.
William D'Urso looks back on a time his grandmother surprised him with zeal on the baseball field.
David Kaye writes on content moderation and the enduring and essential human element of it.
Andy Fitch talks with Tim Wu about the possible impacts of AI on the legal system.
Allison Hedge Coke pens some brief words on the unfolding tragedy in Wuhan.
Joanna Chen talks with translator Katherine Young on her recent works and the keys to sinking into the literature of another language.
Steve Lichtman reviews the week in culture and politics.
Ashley Rindsberg examines the digital gladiatorial arena.