Published March 28, 2023 by Nan Mykel

Silicon Valley’s futurists have gone from utopian to dystopian

Author Headshot By David Wallace-WellsOpinion Writer

Can you see these squares?  They mean I don’t have permission to share the content of David Wallace-Wells’ weekly opinion column from the N.Y. Times.  So I’ll just say that while I’ve bad-mouthed money deals in the past, I’m considering a few exceptions, like the N.Y. Times for a dollar a week on the internet.  It’s unclear if they’re going to raise this price. I hope not, but if you want good coverage of the AI situation, it’s worth it…Plus of course the up to date news, but not their reportedly anti-transgender editorial influence..

Another fascinating well-researched article today was about Israel’s involvement under Netanyahu (spelling, I’ll admit it) during the 2016 election, written by someone else. You can find out who wrote it if you decide to visit.  I’m needed elsewhere.  (So nice to be needed)….

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