Act of War
12.12.17
The New York Times Magazine

Why Are Nations Rushing to Call Everything an Act of War? All that hyperbole could mean tensions are rising—or it could mean actual war feels like less of a risk than ever.

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Petty
12.05.17
The New York Times Magazine

Who Doesn’t Love to Be ‘Petty’? On social media, pettiness is celebrated as a comic skill. In the corridors of power, it’s more ominous.

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Normal
11.28.17
The New York Times Magazine

What If Our Current State of Affairs Is Actually ‘Normal’? We are constantly reminded that the Trump presidency is an aberration. But perhaps it’s merely revealing the natural order of things.

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Explicable A.I.
11.21.17
The New York Times Magazine

Can A.I. Be Taught to Explain Itself? As machine learning becomes more powerful, the field’s researchers increasingly find themselves unable to account for what their algorithms know—or how they know it.
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Expose
11.20.17
The New York Times Magazine

‘Exposure’ Is About Truth, Sure, but Mostly About Power This fall, the balance of that power has shifted, with exhilarating, destabilizing results.

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