After receiving backlash for making T-shirts that read "white artists bore me," artist Danny Castaneda decided to start Minority Report, an art collective focused on uplifting people of color within art spaces.
There’s nothing “punk” about today’s cyberpunk.
The new doc 'Pre-Crime' asks us to be skeptical of predictive databases used by police to identify "probable" risks to our security.
"This is a political failure dressed up as an an IT failure... [Big data is] a powerful tool. How that tool is used—for good or evil—depends on how accountable the people are who wield it."
Waving our hands at the future, from 'Minority Report,' to tablets, to drones in our faces.
I met with Hunter Lee Soik, the 33-year-old behind Shadow—an app that lets you record your dreams upon waking and enter them into a massive database.
Is society ready for pre-crime?
And they're going to target you with ads while you wait to pay for gas.
So-called "predictive policing" isn't an exact science. But what if it could be?
For 100 years, movies have tried to show us what the future might hold. Now, in 2008 (which is officially "the future"), we can look back and say: They were almost entirely wrong. Nevertheless, here are their best efforts.