Friendship in the Technological AgeEven though our generation has a bad set of cards, how can we respond?
It is easy to criticize social media, new technology, and artificial intelligence. To be fair, the automobile and the smartphone alone are at least partially to blame for how fragmented and isolated we’ve become as Americans. But it’s also necessary to find hope and a sense of solution. Leaving it at the negative can be depressing and leave us feeling more helpless than hopeful. Clare Coffey is a writer from Idaho who acknowledges the ways technology has transformed our society, in many ways for the worse, but then recalibrates the discussion around solution in a new article from The New Atlantis. Even though our generation has a bad set of cards, how can we respond? Coffey offers a bullet point Read More ›