To celebrate the release of his third book, 'The Electric State,' we spoke with the Swedish painter about the fear of technology, the rise of fascism, the power of art, and (of course) robots.
Local officials across America are trying to attract the mega-corporation's new headquarters. That is not going to help your rent.
At a product demonstration, executives did their best to assuage fears about the unsettling new technology.
It's not actually scary because it's all part of changing the world—and the boss knows what he's doing, right?
Google Assistant can now make phone calls, but the people answering the phones at small businesses can't yet form a relationship with an AI agent.
"It's hard to tell a story about a terrible world without being a little terrible."
“Open grass full of cute corgis.”
And the craziest part is that Fahmi Basya's theories about Borobudur and King Solomon are actually gaining ground in some corners of Indonesia.
The world is going to end. It's bad news for most of us, but, for a select few, a ride on a UFO to a new planet awaits.
Our first quarterly issue features unseen work from photo legend Roger Ballen, investigates gun violence and trauma in New Orleans, taste tests food for the apocalypse, teaches you how to build your own time capsule, and much more.