The Atlantic Summaries and Reviews
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If public-opinion data are unreliable, we’re all flying blind.
Glass-and-steel monoliths replaced local architecture. It’s not too late to go back.
If the vote is close, Donald Trump could easily throw the election into chaos and subvert the result. Who will stop him?
The US has never had enough coronavirus tests. Now a group of epidemiologists, economists and dreamers is plotting a new strategy to defeat the virus, even before a vaccine is found.
Peddle misinformation. Cry “conspiracy” when no one else reports it. Repeat.
Xi Jinping is using artificial intelligence to enhance his government’s totalitarian control – and he’s exporting this technology to regimes around the globe.
Disinformation campaigns used to require a lot of human effort, but artificial intelligence will take them to a whole new level.
The company’s founder says in an interview that he wants it to be “a window” on the world. A Republican senator says it is a “Trojan horse.”