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AI is likely to "sharpen the knife blade of capitalism" (Ted Chiang in the New Yorker)

Democratic Underground 24 Sep 2023
I missed Chiang's New Yorker piece when it was published in May ... -snip- ... -snip- ... https.// Archive page at https.// Will A.I ... By Ted Chiang ... .

Great. OpenAI's CEO is a doomsday prepper who thinks AI might attack us & has ...

Democratic Underground 27 Feb 2023
Just the person we want in charge of society- and economy-disrupting AI ... From the New Yorker, https.// and archive link https.// . ... -snip- ... could wipe us out by accident ... .

The Meaning of African American Studies

Democratic Underground 04 Feb 2023
https.// No paywall. https.// ... When the College Board released the revised curriculum, all of the sections that Florida complained about had been removed ... G ... *snip*.

The Secret Abortions of Texas

Democratic Underground 18 Jan 2023
https.// No paywall. https.// ... A single mother of three who moved to the U.S ... Minutes after Luisa’s arrival, the Supreme Court issued its ruling overturning Roe v. Wade ... Wade ... .

New Yorker cites performance issues and unprofessional behavior as the reasons it fired editor who ...

The Daily Mail 26 Jul 2022
Overbey, 50, an archive editor who worked at The New Yorker since 1994, fired off another string of poison-pen tweets on Monday announcing she'd been canned, and said Remnick, 63, plotted to 'intimidate and silence women.'.

Should Leopards Be Paid for Their Spots?

Democratic Underground 23 Mar 2022
https.// ... In 1962, Cassini provided her with a striking leopard coat ... Fashion-wise, the garment was a great success ... .

Legacy of the “Dark Side”

Human Rights Watch 10 Jan 2022
See Craig Whitlock, “Renditions Continue Under Obama, Despite Due Process Concerns,” Washington Post, January 1, 2013, ...
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