How might things have gone had we looked to the ideology of tax cuts to defeat fascism in WWII?
No one wants a robot to tell them they have cancer. But while AI shouldn't be trusted for medical advice right now, 2040 might be a different story.
It would serve as a stark reminder of the human cost of not taking swift action
Challenge for creative workers is to find a way to economically value originality
The popularity of stories about unhappy rich people says more about us than it does about how they experience their lives
Is it too soon for university courses that will teach us how to prepare for future
The fully automated future many businesses are hoping for suggests a world with no
human workers to petition for help. Nicholas Agar takes a look at 'skimpflation'.
Nicholas Agar argues that the pandemic could finally be the thing that changes the way we think about our older population.
What are the victory conditions for our war on Covid-19?
Countering social media's power to target misinformation should be the first order of business as Aotearoa emerges from the pandemic, writes Nicholas Agar.
Nicholas Agar examines the subtle ways in which the relationship between politician and scientist can misfire.
When we look back on the pandemic, we may find that its biggest benefit is the way it has empowered scientists’ messages for politicians – a valuable lesson as we stare down the impending effects of climate change, writes Nicholas Agar.