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What future : the year's best ideas to reclaim, reanimate & reinvent our future

Bosch, Torie,, Scranton, Roy, 1976-, Robinson, Kim Stanley. Our generation ships will sink., Gifford, Sheyna. My life on (simulated) Mars., Borel, Brooke. Genetic engineering to clash with evolution., Clune, Michael W. Virtual world in a real body., Engber, Daniel. Neurologist who hacked his brain--and almost lost his mind., Kolbert, Elizabeth. Our automated future., Gittlitz, A.M. Let them drink blood., Cyril, Malkia. Black Americans and encryption : the stakes are higher than Apple v. FBI., Chammah, Maurice. Policing the future : in the aftermath of Ferguson, St. Louis Cops embrace crime-predicting software., Niedzviecki, Hal, 1971- Donald Trump ushers in the anti-future age., Johnson, George, 1952- Battle for the great apes : inside the fight for non-human rights., Pickett, Mallory. One Swede will kill cash forever--unless his foe saves it from extinction., Watts, Geoff. One-armed robot that will look after me until I die., Avner, Janna. Selfless devotion., Aziza, Sarah. What would self-driving cars mean for women in Saudi Arabia., Penny, Laurie. Fear of feminist future., Kordova, Shoshana. Disturbing science behind subconscious gender bias., Scranton, Roy, 1976- Recalculating the climate (or, when the next hurricane hits Texas), VanderMeer, Jeff. Haunting in the anthropocene : an initial exploration.,
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2017 edition.

"... The pieces we've brought together here in What Future are some of the best, most interesting, and most prophetic essays and articles we've found about the future : what it might look like, how we might think about it, and what it might mean. We limited our selection to work published in 2016, with a few exceptions, and tried to balance the mix to address some of the most salient issues we see facing human civilization and American culture over the short-to-middle-term horizon."--page 13.

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