Artificial Intelligence Solves Problems We Don’t Have

AI might take some administrative jobs and cheapen cultural production. What it won’t do is help us care for each other in an age of demographic change and institutionalized neglect.

In the remote hinterland of central Washington, around 150 miles east of Seattle, the Grand Coulee Dam cuts through the narrow valley of the Columbia River. Since 1942, the river has plunged 380 feet through its turbines, generating up to seven gigawatts of electrical energy. The hydroelectric dam, which remains the largest power plant in […]

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