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Virtual Reality researcher and expert, Naomi Roth talks about how this technology is more than a gadget that can be used across diverse applications to learn about humanity and our identities.

The timeless empire of the super senses

Wonder, fear, empathy, excitement, love, and déjà vu — a collection of emotional states typical of human beings — were turned into artistic experiences with cutting-edge intelligent technology in Sensorium.

How can a civilization teach itself how to die?

The apocalypse is here; it’s just unfolding in an unexpected way. How can a civilization teach itself how to die?

Communicating science for the masses

How are innovation and AI changing how educators approach science topics? Do the jobs of the future mean that we need to rethink making science more accessible?

Dystopian futures

Are we afraid of the future because we’ve lost our ability to imagine a better one?

Sex in the digital era

It’s clear that technology is widening our range of possibilities for sexual experiences, but how is this going to change how we interact with others, and even, love them?

Is analog writing dead?

As we have moved into the digital age, we have also moved away from everything analog, including handwriting. Could the death of handwriting catapult future generations into another Middle Ages?

Journalism in the age of acceleration

When we can consume media for free or at a low cost, what does that mean for the future of journalism? We sat down with Guido van Nispen, who has held governance, advisory, and investment roles in media, to find out.

Environmental debate

Defining the Anthropocene as a geological era is defining the features of "modern" humans. It's a complex, if not impossible task — but it's time that we stop burying our heads in the sand and see climate change as what it actually is: a cultural issue.

Long story short

Our intrusion on nature occurs in two distinct, but complementary ways. On one side, we produce goods and services that require enormous amounts of resources and energy; on the other, we profoundly impact nature to get better performance. Therefore, the need to find a balance between these components becomes crucial.

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Issue N. 6 - July 2019

Anthropocene. Now what?

As a side effect of its behavior, humanity is changing the world. The effects of this new era are not just territorial or climatic: they’re philosophical, cultural, anthropological — in one world, structural. We won’t easily get away with this, but we should not despair either. Now what?