by Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin presented by Center for Human Technology….The A.I. Dilemma.
Chartbook 218: “So far from god” … friend-shoring and the debate in Washington over whether to bomb Mexico.
by Adam Tooze in Chartbook….Proximity brings safety and harmony only if you have sorted out your neighborly relations. That is far from being the case between Mexico and the USA.
The Ezra Klein Show interviews Fareed Zakaria…..A lot about the world has changed since February 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine.
by Rosie Frost in Euro News….After living through the hottest summer on record in 2022 and a prolonged drought, France is now preparing for a future where extreme weather could become commonplace.
By Joseph Muia in Citizen TV….Citizen TV Journalist Agnes Oloo Selected For Continental Fellowship Program
by Enrique Viale and Maristella Svampa in Manifesto….More than two years after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic—and now alongside the catastrophic consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine—a “new normal” has emerged. This new global status quo reflects a worsening of various crises: social, economic, political, ecological, bio-medical, and geopolitical.
by James Gallagher in BBC….. It is the latest example of how the tools of artificial intelligence can be a revolutionary force in science and medicine.
by Kevin Roose in The New York Times…Executives from three of the leading A.I. companies, including Sam Altman, chief executive of OpenAI, have signed an open letter warning of the risks of artificial intelligence.
by Christopher Flavelle in The New York Times….The largest insurer in California said it would stop offering new coverage. It’s part of a broader trend of companies pulling back from dangerous areas.
by Amelia Cheatham and Diana Roy in Council on Foreign Relations…Puerto Rico is a political paradox: part of the United States but distinct from it, enjoying citizenship but lacking full political representation, and infused with its own brand of nationalism despite not being a sovereign state.