Driverless Cars Can’t Be Any Worse Than Brainless Drivers

Recently, I have become aware of an increase in concern regarding the inexorable move towards automation. Surprisingly more of this kind of talk seems to be centered on the potential perils of self driving automobiles as opposed to job displacement via robotics. I understand the odd, eerie feeling that the thought of not seeing a … Continue reading Driverless Cars Can’t Be Any Worse Than Brainless Drivers

Damon, Maher, Cross: Adventures In Irony

As we live in a world increasingly sensitized to injustice both real (plentiful) and imagined (also plentiful) one of the more interesting (at least for me) developments has been the uptick of incidents involving men whose progressive credentials are well established making the news with public utterances that have come to shake up their "good … Continue reading Damon, Maher, Cross: Adventures In Irony