Five Things: Curator's Cut April 2023
Five wonderful articles that didn't make the weekly cut, but are really worth reading!
The wonderful month of April is almost over and here’s the curator’s cut - the five things that didn’t make it into the weekly Five Things, but are great pieces of journalism nonetheless.
I liked the article about cutting the personal footprint, because this is a topic where I constantly think about how I can get better at it - and if I do it and others do it also, there will be a huge impact. I’m also intrigued by the current wave of debates on the state of social media and how using this tech has long-term effects on us as individuals and on society as a whole. We all know that the USA have a serious problem with guns, but the current shootings of people who knocked on the wrong door shows that there won’t be a quick fix for this problem. Another topic that has been on my mind for a while is regulating AI and how this can be done in a way that doesn’t leave Europe further behind in the race with the USA and China. And last but not least, I read an interesting article about Austin, Texas, a city I had the pleasure of visiting a couple of times for SXSW and which tries to save some of its charm while being transformed into a tech center at rapid speed.
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