How can society generate more positive visions for our future? Social media is a natural place to start. Priyanka Kanse tells us how her moodboard media network hopes to change how we share ideas, connect with others, and how we understand the world.
Apple’s long-awaited headset has arrived with unrivalled hardware and an unrivalled price. But the Vision Pro aims to do more than wow. Clovis McEvoy analyses the tech, the experience, and what else is needed to create a computing revolution.
There's no doubt that AI will transform Hollywood. But how will an industry built on the simulation of life grapple with its responsibility to 'the real' — and will it even bother?
Social media laid the foundations for exploring who we are online. Today, those limits are being shattered. From avatars to AR lenses, we’re witnessing the birth of a new paradigm for self-expression. With the value of the digital fashion industry expected to soar in the 2020s, what this means for the clothes we wear is the billion dollar question.
Computers have come for the wordsmiths. Randy Ginsburg gives the inside view on how writers, content marketers, and AI writing founders view the AI boom, and where they think the industry is going next.
The second annual Metaverse Fashion Week event, set in Decentraland’s Luxury District, featured more than 60 brands, from iconic names like DKNY to smaller web3-native upstarts like DressX. While attendance went down, sales went up, and alarm bells signalling the start of the digital fashion era went off. Randy Ginsburg explores what the future of fashion holds and how we can expect to get there.
Artificial intelligence has shot into the global discourse after increasingly fast progress in the field. That progress has come too fast, argue a group of AI researchers and business leaders led by Elon Musk, Yuval Noah Harari, and Steve Wozniak, creating the potential for an ever accelerating and ever riskier race to deploy advanced AI systems that society already does not fully understand.
The reputation of AI is currently dominated by opinions on how the tools can harm artists. Less spoken about are the ways in which AI can enhance their work, so much so that one day the only limit to creation may be your own imagination. Ola Kalejaye discusses the benefits of AI creative tools informed by the perspectives of those leading the way.
Artificial intelligence presents immense challenge and opportunity to artists, and the change looks today as if it could impact every step in the artistic process. Randy Ginsburg speaks to Francien Krieg, Artificial Bob, and Henry Daubrez to investigate how they use AI today and how they feel about its future impact.