Offscreen is an independent Australian publication born with the aim of bringing to paper, with greater care and depth, some discussions on technology of which we can find tides of online materials.
It is a solid attempt, which seeks a balance of opinions, to tell how technology is changing and how technology is changing man.
As our decisions are increasingly made by algorithms based on ever-growing datasets and our obsession with perpetual growth reaches its natural limits, we urgently need to reassess what "technological progress" should be.
Through in-depth interviews and a wide range of contributors, Offscreen examines the role of technology today and its potential to advance or harm humanity and our interdependence with other species. The magazine looks beyond the conventional definition of entrepreneurial success in technology and puts the spotlight on people, projects and ideas that offer a more inclusive, equitable and sustainable vision of the future.
Dimensions: 16x22 cm
In this number:
- Ali Alkhatib Algorithmic Injustice: Human-Computer Interaction Expert Exposes Biases Deeply Rooted in Big Tech AI.
- Jutta Treviranus The visionary of inclusive design talks to us about why diversity is our greatest asset and inclusion our greatest challenge.
- Xiaowei Wang "Modernity has gone off the rails": making sense of the intertwined systems linking Shenzhen and Silicon Valley.
- Jillian C. York Writer and free speech activist grapples with the impossible problem of moderating the world's discourse.