The existential paranoia fueling Elon Musk’s fear of AI
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The existential paranoia fueling Elon Musk’s fear of AI

The scaremongering by Musk and other 'tech-bros' says more about the exploitative business model of Silicon Valley than Artificial Intelligence's capacity to do actual harm.

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The Eternal Peter Hujar
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The Eternal Peter Hujar

Nan Goldin, Gary Indiana, Dev Hynes, and more, reflect on ten of the photographer's singular portraits, some never before published, until now

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Destination POV
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Destination POV

In the age of Instagram, travel has become the pursuit not of a singular experience—but the same point of view.

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Three emerging Latina artists trace the connection to the ‘Radical Women’ before them
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Three emerging Latina artists trace the connection to the ‘Radical Women’ before them

As the Brooklyn Museum shines a long overdue light on two decades of conceptual works by pioneering Latina artists, a trio of emerging New York...

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The tales of Duncan Hannah’s weird and raw New York City
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The tales of Duncan Hannah’s weird and raw New York City

The stately painter, whose attentive personality flourished in the underground of 1970s New York, tells Document the stories behind the stories of his collected journals,...

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Taking back New York City’s nightlife
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Taking back New York City’s nightlife

NYC is finally free to dance without fear of crackdown again with the repeal of New York’s 91-year-old Cabaret Law.

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Lucie and Luke Meier are in pursuit of minimalism’s soul
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Lucie and Luke Meier are in pursuit of minimalism’s soul

The creative directors of Jil Sander have brought their fusion of elite and cult style to the brand's minimalist halls.

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