Victims Of Technology: Do People Realize They Are Creating Their Own Overlords? | Agriculture
The people on earth are victims of DATA collection, what does that mean? That means that technology has the ability to predict your thoughts, to predict your needs, to predict your wants, to predict your actions…. A major component of predictive...
RavveBeauty: o perfil no Instagram que ajuda a redefinir padrões de beleza // FFW
"Você abre o Instagram e vê três tipos de perfis de beleza: os dos maquiadores, das grandes marcas e dos influenciadores". Essa frase é da dupla Jules e Gebs, fascinada por beleza, e que não via em seu feed nada que representasse uma estética menos convencional ou até underground. " É como um balé lindamente orquestrado, mas ao final é um conteúdo muito polido e unidimensional", dizem em uma entrevista à i-D. Elxs então lançaram o RavveBeauty , um perfil que celebra outras alternativas de…
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Babylon 6 on Instagram: “Intensification by Takayuki Satou (Artist from ArtStation) Blown away by this? Then follow @babylon_6 for more and turn on post…”
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Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: Look, I’m Actually a Robot (chest flaps, faux skin, mechanical brains)
(Gray Morrow's cover for the the December 1964 issue of If) One of Philip K. Dick's trademark narrative devices is a character's realization that they are not human as they previously believed but rather a robot -- for example in one of my favorite sci-fi short stories, 'Impostor'. Generally these bewildered robots float to the ceiling…