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.
The quest to make companies care about the climate is a decades-long struggle, but technology, particularly AI, represents a transformative opportunity to put a company's net purpose in the same conversation as their net profit. The secret? Follow the money.
At the height of Henry Ford’s influence, the industrialist used the media, exhibitions, and became the world’s largest film distributor to mold the United States into a car-loving country. Influential figures shaped societies long before Ford, but as the latest generation of elites moves to shape today’s cutting-edge tech, a new movement seeks to put everyday people back in the driving seat.
Yat Siu has a completely different vision for the metaverse to almost everyone else. And at the helm of an investment portfolio worth $5 billion, his perspective is as important as it is empowering.
Claire Silver is one of the most established AI-collaborative artists on the planet, and a leading pioneer of our AI-powered creative future.
The interplay between technology and culture is underrated. Leo Nasskau explains why technology creates a thousand futures, but culture determines which one we take.
The metaverse is the latest in a long line of futuristic ideas to get misrepresented by the tech media. Technology coverage needs to do more than hate on the subjects it writes about, argues Leo Nasskau.
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.
Francien Krieg asks the questions that nobody else asks through her portraits. The Dutch painter has been exploring the topic of human transcience for decades; web3 has given her an audience she never had. She sat down with Leo Nasskau to discuss her journey, her artwork, and the concept of ageing.
Truff to his friends, Lord Truffington is a trader turned collector, and he’s on a mission. He sat down with Leo Nasskau to talk the about two types of crypto art markets and how he wants to make collecting better for everyone.