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Google has finally learned how to show instead of tell. Exciting.

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Tomorrow Magazine - It’s 112 oversize pages of reporting and essays, plus full-color photos, illustrations, and infographics. Tomorrow is a future now magazine, about (and for) the people who are working out what’s next. Today’s dilemmas deserve fresh eyes liberated from the tired status quo of superficial journalism, boring narratives, and old ideas about what works. We’ll take a look around the corner to bring you stories about the people, the movements, and the trends that are tearing the world down and building it anew.

Tomorrow MagazineIt’s 112 oversize pages of reporting and essays, plus full-color photos, illustrations, and infographics. Tomorrow is a future now magazine, about (and for) the people who are working out what’s next. Today’s dilemmas deserve fresh eyes liberated from the tired status quo of superficial journalism, boring narratives, and old ideas about what works. We’ll take a look around the corner to bring you stories about the people, the movements, and the trends that are tearing the world down and building it anew.

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What started on Wall Street - a takeover at the hands of emotionless algorithms - has now spread to all corners of our lives. Music that sounds as if it could have been written by Bach was, in fact, composed by an algorithm. The best analysis at the CIA doesn’t come from experienced agents, but from an algorithm. The best mind reader in the world isn’t a psychiatrist or a psychologist, but a set of five million algorithms that knows what you’re thinking and what you’ll do in almost any situation. How did we get here?
Automate This by Chris Steiner

What started on Wall Street - a takeover at the hands of emotionless algorithms - has now spread to all corners of our lives. Music that sounds as if it could have been written by Bach was, in fact, composed by an algorithm. The best analysis at the CIA doesn’t come from experienced agents, but from an algorithm. The best mind reader in the world isn’t a psychiatrist or a psychologist, but a set of five million algorithms that knows what you’re thinking and what you’ll do in almost any situation. How did we get here?

Automate This by Chris Steiner