As AI gets better at performing routine tasks traditionally done by humans, only stressful ones will be left. The work experience could suffer.
AtlanticLIVEAs AI gets better at performing routine tasks traditionally done by humans, only stressful ones will be left. The work experience could suffer, writes @fredbenenson. Read his piece before #FutureWork2019
Cities need to share solutions. And the federal government needs to help.
AtlanticLIVEFix the housing crisis? It’s complicated, but not insurmountable, argues @BrooksRainwater. Before #AtlanticHousing, read his piece on the housing affordability problems facing cities across the nation and how they can collaborate on solutions
Why the consumer-tech revolution can’t seem to survive public scrutiny
AtlanticLIVEThe office-space company @WeWork announced that it was postponing its initial public offering this week, writes @DKThomp. Read his coverage on the consumer-tech revolution and the great unicorn delusion
What does it mean to live with cancer today? And how do we lead with empathy and compassion to ensure that the treatment is right for the patient? At People v. Cancer, The Atlantic will illuminate stories from the frontlines of the cancer community,...
AtlanticLIVEThe inimitable, impactful Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Grammy award-winner @common and @AEI's @arthurbrooks are kicking off the #AspenIdeas Afternoon of Conversation with a discussion about love as an action and a tool. Watch LIVE
AtlanticLIVEAre mandates the way to improve the vaccination rate? - @alikodjakNPR
We have to change the hearts and minds of people. #vaccination is one of the only tools we have to eradicate disease. - @CDCDirector
How can celebrity advocacy support cancer research? This conversation explored the intersection of media, entertainment and public engagement with cancer wit...
AtlanticLIVEToday on #WorldCancerDay, we're looking back to
#PeopleVCancer's exploration of the collective fight to conquer cancer. Watch @SU2C's @katiecouric and Lisa Paulsen and @nyphospital's Lewis Cantley discuss advocacy, and research support
The Founders designed a government that would resist mob rule. They didn’t anticipate how strong the mob could become.
AtlanticLIVEOn 11/28, #AmericasTownHall will gather thought leaders on what James Madison would make of American democracy today. Before the event, read @RosenJeffrey’s piece “America is Living James Madison’s Nightmare”
WHAT: On Wednesday, November 14, The Atlantic will present “People v. Cancer,” a live event exploring how the collective oncology community is coming together in the fight against cancer. As the world’s first and largest cancer research...
AtlanticLIVESPONSORED: During #PeopleVCancer, @AACRPres Elizabeth Jaffee will be sharing how innovative approaches are accelerating progress against cancer. @AACR Past Presidents and other AACR members will be joining the day’s conversation
The midterm elections could define one of the most pivotal periods in America’s recent history. One week after the country votes, The Atlantic’s top political reporters and editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg take stock of the results and analyze what...