Artificial intelligence chatbots like GPT reveal that the robots have already taken over
The fast-growing, multibillion-dollar ‘femtech’ industry is selling women information about their own bodies—but is it making them healthier?
Balaji Srinivasan’s new book provides a thrilling road map for rebuilding society. But can it work without the blood, soil, or faith that has always inspired nations?
Combating the mother lode of misinformation—Holocaust denial—reveals that the problem is not simply detecting lies, but figuring out what’s true
And how to fix it
The surveillance state is a deeply threatening and immoral structure for human social existence. It’s here now.
The massively popular podcast host provides a glimpse into Borges’ ‘multitudes of America’
Let’s start understanding the disintegrative effects of soulless techno-capitalism, beginning with call centers
All systems were go. Then the little craft that could went dark. What now for the future of privatized space conquest in the Middle East?
Will increased tech and trade cooperation with China upset Israel’s critical alliance with the U.S.?
In the month leading up to the High Holidays, time to give up the easy life
Do Israeli-Arab tech entrepreneurs in Nazareth owe their success in part to the Six-Day War?
Nazareth-based start-up has just the smart phone-based solution to the problem
Why Google’s Super Bowl ad, which included a mezuzah, is an important metaphor for America
Holocaust Remembrance Day is a prime opportunity to educate children about the Shoah, but you’d be a wise parent to steer clear of these two apps.
Though it’s not exactly what we had in mind for the nebbishy copywriter
The much-deplored ‘escape of the brains’ has actually brought closer ties with Silicon Valley, India, and even Taiwan
Six months after court ruling, company turns over names to French authorities