Two stories about the collision between the state and Big Tech.
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Can we teach an AI what it's like to have a body? Ireland trials a basic income for artists. Plus more news and analysis from this week.
A transparency revolution is sweeping through the world's most valuable company. What does it mean for the rest of us?
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The lead scientist behind new climate research says future generations will live 'unprecedented lives'. An internet time machine imagines the web in 20…
Is machine creativity about to transform the way we think about the crafted and the mass produced?
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How many climate migrants will be created by global heating? Amazon's new home robot wants to know everything about you. Plus more news and analysis fr…
Have we hit the limits of human knowledge? A guest post by NWSH reader Michael Bhaskar.
The Chinese version of TikTok has put a time limit on young users. Scientists fear toxic microbes may herald a new Great Extinction. Plus more news and…