Artificial intelligence is on everyone’s mouth these days; and, most importantly, in everyone’s computer. It’s not “coming” — it’s here. But before the artificial mind takes the world by storm, we ought to take a step back. And ask ourselves: what is intelligence? How do we define it? Dictionaries agree on it being “the ability to learn, understand, and think in a logical way about things.” But is that sufficient to fully capture our thinking, the way we relate to one another, and the many kinds of intelligence that exist?
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This is the magazine published by MAIZE. It explores contemporary themes across multiple domains, from technology to the humanities, in search of cues for possible futures. We like to refer to this intricate, varicolored scenery as the manyworld.
Each issue of MAIZE is an aesthetic monograph that examines a central topic through compelling interviews, reports, short stories, personal essays, visuals, and more.
This magazine is for those who love open discussions, philosophical ideas, and unconventional thoughts; but also for those eager to discover new ways to develop foresight, be inspired, make informed decisions, and participate in the innovation process — all while staying human.