how an episode of 'black mirror' became a creepy reality
When her best friend died, Eugenia Kuyda took inspiration from the TV show and resurrected him using artificial intelligence.
instagram have finally revealed the algorithm that dictates what you see first
But really we just want chronological order.
diddy and jay-z are making an app to support black business
“We’ve done a lot of marching. It’s time to start charging.”
these 80s tech magazine ads will make you nostalgic for floppy disks
An artist has collected the mesmerizing pre-Y2K computer ads she found inside the now defunct ‘BYTE Magazine.’
marina abramovic, jeff koons and olafur eliasson discuss making art in virtual reality
Jeff Koons thinks Snapchat is wonderful. Marina Abramovic is influenced by video games. Olafur Eliasson can create rainbows. This is what happens when three of the biggest artists in the world discuss their groundbreaking virtual reality art pieces.
meet badfaith, the collective taking a punk approach to virtual reality
With his latest film playing Sundance, Shaun Gladwell explains the group's unorthodox approach to the technology.
how a gay hookup app became a force for fashion and social change
When (and why) did Grindr go from anonymous chiseled ab selfies to live streamed runway shows and voting initiatives?
is snapchat a violation of your human rights?
Turns out the flower crown wasn't the app’s most controversial feature.
how the camera phone changed beauty
We’re witnessing a revolution spurred by technology and observed in cosmetics.
death and holograms: inside the world of julia deville
As Australia’s gothic art queen prepares for a technological revolution, we speak to her about death as an influence and keeping yourself alive.
iris apfel is becoming an emoji
Finally, you can message fashion's favourite “geriatric starlet" to all your family and friends.
climate change could mean your clothes will one day be made by scientists and spiders
As natural fibres become more difficult and expensive to grow, fashion will be forced to explore surreal future fabrics born in dreams and laboratories.
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