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BM Electric Chinese Typewriter brochure, 1913, included in ‘Radical Machines: Chinese in the Information Age’, 2018–19. Courtesy: Museum of Chinese in America, New York

China’s triumph over Western information technology is world-historical, not just a niche curiosity

By Audrea Lim

‘After Kurzweil’s book landed with a thud in the centre of our culture, it was impossible not to address its claims’

By Chris Wiley

At an event hosted by the ICA in London, the whistleblower and activist talked about the dangers of technology and how the US is now ‘like a prison

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

As startups looks towards increasingly abstract schemes, where is the art that answers to today’s deeply networked structures?

By Gary Zhexi Zhang

The fallacies of ‘community building’, online and IRL, in the work of Cécile B. Evans

By Cal Revely-Calder

A new exhibition addresses the impregnable fortress of technical detail and corporate hyperbole in game design

By Gareth Damian Martin

On 28 October 2015, a US military surveillance blimp rampaged across rural Pennsylvania after breaking its tether above Maryland 

By David Birkin

In our devotion to computation and its predictive capabilities are we rushing blindly towards our own demise?

By Nathaniel Budzinski

How dis.art blurs the lines between education, entertainment and commerce

By Travis Diehl

Why have women been written out of internet history?

By Emily Segal

At transmediale in Berlin, contesting exclusionary language from the alt-right to offshore finance

By Phoebe Cripps

What the Google Arts & Culture app tells us about our selfie obsession

By Orit Gat