When things go Meta by Jackie Nagtegaal

And off the Gen Zs go! They speak at a thousand words a second, clambering over each other to share their insights. Multiple tirades, trying to juggle a future of mental health concerns, wealth gaps and the complexity of conceptualising the merger of digital and real worlds.

Opinion | How AI could accidentally extinguish humankind

The conventional expectation is that ever-growing computing power will be a boon for humanity. But what if we’re wrong again? Could artificial superintelligence instead cause us great harm? Our extinction?”

Saudi Arabia set to host Asian Winter Games at Neom “in the heart of the desert”

The 2029 Asian Winter Games will be hosted at a 60-square-kilometre skiing and outdoor activity resort that is set to be completed in 2026 as part of Neom, a renewable energy-powered region under development in Saudi Arabia.

Why a festival of ideas in Nature – Gathering of Tribes?

Regeneration is about healing the story of separation, including separation between man and nature. If we are in a hermetic room, with a thick layer of civilization convenience between us and nature, how can we heal this separation? How can we talk about creating a life in harmony with nature if we are not gathering in a place where our bare feet touch the ground? (For that matter, how can we create a new society in an environment where it wouldn’t be ok to go barefoot?!)

The Shift To A Circular Economy: How Tech Is Shaping The Future Of Sustainable Retail

Consumers are increasingly pushing for sustainable business practices in retail, driving businesses to reassess what they produce — and how. From ingredient upcycling to plastic alternatives to smart trash cans, we look at the technologies placing sustainability at the center of retail products and processes.

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