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About Ziyaad Bhorat

Ziyaad Bhorat is a South African media and entertainment junkie, technology futurist, and social justice advocate residing in Santa Monica, USA. He was one of the recipients of the Rhodes Scholarship for 2012. 

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Rosemary Bechler is openDemocracy’s Editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Do we still need human judges in the age of Artificial Intelligence?

Technology and the law are converging, but what does that mean for justice?

Will black people also be excluded from Mars?

In the new space race, whose version of humanity is being targeted for saving?

In the fight for our genes, could we lose what makes us human?

There’s more to human beings than biology and physiology—and it shouldn’t be for sale.

Black millennials are challenging everyone to “miss them”

To anyone who obstructs true black equity, “miss me” is both a challenge and a dismissal: we will do this, and we will do this without you if need be.

Lost in space? Silicon Valley and the future of democracy

When Elon Musk talks about governance on Mars, what’s really scary are the implications for democracy on Earth.

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