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04
Sep

Dying Cities

Back in 2009, Venice held its own funeral to mark the decline of the city’s population below 60,000, with mourners lining the banks of the canals…

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27
Apr

Indonesia Journal

13.03.17 A long car trip from Jimbaran to Lovina. Drove through landscapes verdant beyond reckoning. We climb and climb. Ears pop. Clouds hover over distant mountains.…

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09
Mar

A Good Year for the Machines

The assistant on my phone tells me that 2016 was its year – “The Year of AI!” Many articles with such titles have been suggested to…

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23
Nov

Paris – Lyon Journal

27.09.16 I'm sitting at a cafe at Place Contrescarpe, which is just off Rue Mouffetard, a narrow thoroughfare where artists and writers, such as Paul Verlaine,…

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27
Aug

Black Stones and Moon Gods

The Qur’an is poorly understood. Few non-Muslims have even read it, let alone know anything about the life of Mohammed. As is often the case, people’s…

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21
Jul

Artificial Intelligence and Symbiosis

There has been some debate recently about what the future of artificial intelligence will mean for human beings. Some believe that it will enrich our lives…

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