Algorithms Could Create an Even Playing Field—if We Insist on It
Read “When We Were Patched,” a Short Story About a Very Cool Futuristic Sport
How Should Officials Decide When Cutting-Edge Medical Interventions for Athletes Cross the Line?
Read “The Starfish Girl,” a Sci-Fi Story About Gymnastics by Maureen McHugh
Could the Experiences of Our Parents and Grandparents Be “Seared Into Our Cells”?
Read “A Brief and Fearful Star,” a New Short Story From Carmen Maria Machado
An Expert on Technology and Bias Responds to Meg Elison’s Short Story “Safe Surrender”
Read “Safe Surrender,” a New Short Story From the Author of The Book of the Unnamed Midwife
Two Philosophers Weigh In on Mark Oshiro’s Short Story About Transferring Memories
Read “No Me Dejas,” a Wrenching New Short Story About Transferring Memories
A New Short Story From Sci-Fi Author and Futurist Madeline Ashby
An Expert Responds to Madeline Ashby’s Short Story “Domestic Violence”
What Should a Smart Home Do When Residents Have Different Needs?
Read a New Short Story About Smart Homes From Award-Winning Writer Nnedi Okorafor
Can We Insulate Ourselves From Food Shortages?
Read a New Short Story From All the Birds in the Sky Author Charlie Jane Anders
Can We Travel Back in Time to Change History? A Theoretical Physicist Weighs In.
Read a New Short Story From Station Eleven Author Emily St. John Mandel
When a Robot Kills, Is It Murder or Product Liability?
Read an Exciting New Short Story From Sci-Fi Great Paolo Bacigalupi