The consequences of a world without work will reach far beyond the initial economic shock: our cultures, lifestyles, and sense of purpose will all be impacted. Addressing the challenge of automation requires rethinking the meaning of work itself.
HPR President Ali Hakim discusses the Fall 2017 issue of the magazine.
Whether we like it or not, AI is coming with many of its more positive consequences for the U.S. criminal justice system.
As technology and science drive the future, the treatment of knowledge and expertise could benefit from a return to past culture.
To what extent should computers make decisions for society? Keeping algorithms accountable is necessary to ensure that we have equity and faith in automated decision making processes going forward.
As technology and society continue to advance by leaps and bounds, Silicon Valley is exactly what we need—a protector and an innovator.
Civic tech’s focus on user-centered design improves relations between governments and their constituents.