Slavoj Žižek on thinking the end of nature.
Saving a Life by Patricia Lockwood.
Daido Moriyama photographs Y-3’s Spring 2023 collection on the streets of Tokyo.
Why artificial intelligence needs to understand consequences.
Luis Caffarelli has won the 2023 Abel Prize.
Lek-Heng Lim uses tools from algebra, geometry and topology to answer questions in machine learning.
In AI, is bigger always better?
The unpredictable abilities emerging from large AI models.
The Architect of Subtraction. Adolf Loos’s radical designs pared down architecture to its most basic elements.
Effectiveness of physical activity interventions for improving depression, anxiety and distress: an overview of systematic reviews. "Physical activity is highly beneficial for improving symptoms of depression, anxiety and distress across a wide range of adult populations, including the general population, people with diagnosed mental health disorders and people with chronic disease. Physical activity should be a mainstay approach in the management of depression, anxiety and psychological distress."
Negativity drives online news consumption.
A new book by John Guillory explores the history of literary studies and casts a despairing eye at the future of literary criticism.
Partner choice, confounding and trait convergence all contribute to phenotypic partner similarity.
Two recent books build on an insight of Borges - that to live, it is necessary to forget.