The rich buying their children college admission prompts convo around affirmative action

this relates to our conversation around the meaning of water this week. who has a right to what level of education? who has a right to what level of nutrition?

The coming Mirror world is a cry for a shift towards abstraction literacy over material literacy in design education

The mirrorworld—a term first popularized by Yale computer scientist David Gelernter—will reflect not just what something looks like but its context, meaning, and function. We will interact with it, manipulate it, and experience it like we do the real world.

https://www.wired.com/story/mirrorworld-ar-next-big-tech-platform/

There’s no such thing as a “tech person” in the age of AI

We need to stop perpetuating the false dichotomy between technology and the humanities. To do otherwise would be detrimental to society.

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/613063/ai-ethics-mit-college-of-computing-tech-humanities/