Digital parties on the rise: a mass politics for the era of platforms
The old party system appears in serious distress, faced with challengers using digital technology as a means to achieve the utopian goal of a more democratic society.
Is the internet to blame for the rise of authoritarianism?
Three perspectives on whether the internet is having a damaging impact on democracy.
Mental health and artificial intelligence: losing your voice
While we still can, let us ask, "Will AI exacerbate discrimination?" as the productive forces of mental health are restructured within a techno-psychiatric complex. Poem.
The politics of artificial intelligence: an interview with Louise Amoore
Artificial intelligence, in settings as diverse as politics, commerce, policing and warfare, amplifies longstanding prejudices circumscribing access to the political public sphere, changing our relations to ourselves and others.
Techlash: why Facebook’s approach to #FakeNews ultimately fails
Zuckerberg needs to take a step back and allow institutions to flourish. There are only bigger waves looming ahead.
Do you agree?: What #MeToo can teach us about digital consent
The conversation around sexual consent could radically change the way we think of consent online.