By looking at DeviantArt and its no-AI alternative Side 7, the article explores an issue of the security of users' artwork with the rise of AI art generators, as well as the way the platforms deal with artwork protection.
Welcome to the NHK is a Japanese novel that presents a protagonist that lives in isolation and who is not very different from his author. This paper analyzes the relationship between the author and the main character.
Even a first, superficial interpretation makes it clear that Apple's "1984" commercial has an outspoken political character. In this article, Thomas Decreus uses the work of Gilles Deleuze and others to gain a more profound understanding of one of the most famous technology commercials that ever aired on television.
Kevin Doyle doesn't understand why we let ourselves be reduced to passive observers of the war in Ukraine. Will we one day wake up – complicit and deranged – as nothing more than spectators at the end of everything?
When Richard Barbrook and Andy Cameron wrote The Californian Ideology over 25 years ago, people believed the whole world would soon resemble the United States. Today, the situation appears much different. China appears to be the most futuristic country in the world and the United States, together with its monopolistic tech companies, might represent a past we'd want to leave behind sooner rather than later.
This article looks at how the Northern Irish TV show Derry Girls portrays truthful and fictional narratives to create a realistic piece of media, represent the time frame of The Troubles and gain the attention of viewers.