Welcome to the 15th volume of WizeWorld, this week we have an exploration of loneliness, the rapidly expanding potential of AI, a rhythmic mix of the 70s and 90s, and an Atlanta rapper looking to change to the pet adoption scene.
From The New York Times comes a look at the company Rosebud.AI, and the progressive, chilling and uncanny future of artificial intelligence and fabricated people.
From Vox comes a documentary about loneliness, and how abject isolation is often a communal experience.
From the artist, Fruit Merchant comes an hour long mix of funk that borrows its melodies from the 70s and the 90s. Clocking in at an hour, you feel the soft disco rhythms and light trancing beats all the way through.
Rapper, Sterling "TrapKing" Davis is trying to change Atlanta’s cat adoption scene by advocating for diversity among adopters.
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