Ido Nahari

 View of “Ian Cheng: Life After BOB,” LAS (Light Art Space), Berlin. © 2022 Ian Cheng. Presented by LAS (Light Art Space). Photo: Andrea Rossetti

View of “Ian Cheng: Life After BOB,” LAS (Light Art Space), Berlin. © 2022 Ian Cheng. Presented by LAS (Light Art Space). Photo: Andrea Rossetti

Ian Cheng speaks about his latest film shown at LAS in Berlin and about what is left for human selves to do

 Bluetooth microphone with noise cancellation designed by Mutalk

Bluetooth microphone with noise cancellation designed by Mutalk

Machines make human faculties obsolete but we are still the ones performing manual labor in sweatshops, writes Ido Nahari. Can comedy help us make sense of technology’s calculated tragedies?

 Rendering of Zaha Hadid Architects' Liberland

Rendering of Zaha Hadid Architects' Liberland

A new digital city designed by Zaha Hadid Architects promises to realize “the old dream of cyberspace” — but whose? What remains genuinely public sphere when the rhetoric of open access only serves gentrifying the metaverse?