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We all contribute to AI — should we get paid for that?

In Silicon Valley, some of the brightest minds believe a universal basic income (UBI) that guarantees people unrestricted cash payments will help them to survive and thrive as advanced technologies el

‘People fix things. Tech doesn’t fix things.’

Veena Dubal is an unlikely star in the tech world. A scholar of labor practices regarding the taxi and ride-hailing industries and an Associate Professor at San Francisco’s U.C. Hastings College of

How ‘the Internet broke America’ with The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz

When Elizabeth Warren took on Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook earlier this week, it was a low moment for what New Yorker writer Andrew Marantz calls “techno-utopianism.” That the progressive, populis

It Is Finished: The New Yorker iPad App Is The Beginning Of The End Of Print

<img src="">I'm a die-hard paper fan. I have a few shelves of books in almost every room of the house and

Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto Profiled In This Week's New Yorker: ‘I Want People To Be Entertained’

<img src="" />A handy e-mail I just received has brought good news: <a HREF="">Nintendo</a>'s Sh

Has The Threat Of Cyber War Been Overstated?

<img src="" />Set aside several minutes of your afternoon to read Seymour Hersh's latest article in the New Yorker entitled “The Onli

iPad ‘Hack’ Lets You Read Wired, The New Yorker & La Gazzetta Dello Sport For Free

<img src="" />Turns out it's pretty easy to get free issues of several popular publications via an iPad hack of sorts. All credit to It

Nope, the New Yorker doesn't like the Kindle very much

<img src="" />Usually when I read a long article, I'll say something like, “Free up 20 minutes so you can read the whole thing.” I'

Shouts and Murmurs: New Yorker cover drawn on iPhone

<img src="">Artist Jorge Colombo drew this entire New Yorker cover using <a HREF="">Brushes</a> for the iPhone,