Discussing how new technologies change how we see ourselves, and each other
Can smaller, culturally specific languages stay relevant in a modern age? Technology, in the form of language apps, may offer some form of a solution.
Humans can learn to understand a huge variety of accents and dialects. So why do we usually hear the same sorts of voices?
Does losing your sense of smell mean losing a part of your identity?
Women shouldn’t be fighting for existing work–they should be inventing, designing, prototyping, and coding a new ideal of what work can be.
Genderqueer vocabulary in English can be tricky enough–but talking across languages brings both freedoms and restrictions.
Rattling around inside a hard drive doesn’t sound like an awful lot of fun–but then, neither does death.
Are we letting the technology that records our lives shape what we see as important about them?
On artificial intelligence, animal rights, and the frontiers of legal personhood.
Asian-American representation has always been an issue–but it’s YouTube that’s finally fueling the momentum now.
On transplants, disfigurements, and identity.
A crash course in how new technologies influence how we understand ourselves.