Evan Selinger reviews Orit Halpern and Robert Mitchell’s “The Smartness Mandate” and finds it “vertigo-inducing.”
Philosopher Evan Selinger eviscerates David Sax’s unabashedly privileged views in “The Future Is Analog: How to Create a More Human World.”
Evan Selinger talks with Jonathan Carroll about how to choose your best multiverse life in his new novel “Mr. Breakfast.”
Evan Selinger has reservations about the metaverse.
Evan Selinger lauds David Lyon’s “Pandemic Surveillance” while quibbling with its lack of grounded analysis.
A tech critic lauds Dave Eggers’s ability to viscerally ground the issues he talks about in dry academese, like slippery slopes and normalization...
Evan Selinger picks apart Susan Liautaud’s “cheerful boosterism.”
Evan Selinger vehemently argues against the tenets of Firmin DeBrabander’s “Life After Privacy: Reclaiming Democracy in a Surveillance Society.”
Evan Selinger argues that Ted Chiang’s fiction is more useful for understanding the dangers of AI than “Possible Minds: 25 Ways of Looking at AI.”
Is Justin E. H. Smith's assemblage of material actually illuminating? Yes, but only sometimes.
Despite all the coverage "privacy" gets in the post-Snowden world, many of us don’t see what all the fuss is about.
Machines themselves are turning into workers, and the line between the capability of labor and capital is blurring as never before.