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Hettie O'Brien is the New Statesman’s online editor.
When police use crime-predicting algorithms, they risk bringing into being the world they foresee.
The 30-year old author, hailed the voice of the social media generation, discusses her first book Trick Mirror.
The belief that optimism is a panacea for our political crisis reflects a dystopian type of doublethink.
The £3.4trn industry encourages a preoccupation with the symptoms of mental illness, rather than their social causes.
After nearly a decade of austerity, councils are turning to algorithms to predict the health, income and behaviour of their constituents.
The Whiting Award-winning author discusses illness, social media and her new memoir The Collected Schizophrenias.
As the planet heats up, a new form of inequality will emerge: between those who can afford to stay cool, and those condemned to remain hot.
When Extinction Rebellion blockaded London in April, it seemed to have come from nowhere. But the group is having real-world effects.
Hannah Martin, who demonstrated at last night’s Mansion House dinner, discusses Mark Field's removal of a female protester.
The greatest risk may not be that computers will one day think like humans, but that humans will forget about the workers sustaining our digital economy.