SOURCE: Foreign Affairs
Can Silicon Valley Be Redeemed? (Review Essay)
by Margaret O'Mara
Three books collectively demand a reckoning with Silicon Valley's immense social power; tech executives would do well to listen, says a technology historian.
SOURCE: The Nation
Raymond Craib: Rich Tech Libertarians Have Fantasies of Escape, but a Desire for Power
by Jacob Bruggeman
The most striking lesson from the history of failed attempts to create societies without states is that the libertarian impulse to strip the state of its power to control capital has already profoundly reshaped every society on earth.
SOURCE: ZD Net
Now Microsoft wants to use AI to save history
Microsoft creates a program that aims to use AI to preserve the world's cultures in the face of globalisation.
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