I’ve written about Google Arts & Culture before though it’s good to mention it again because it’s nice to see how they’ve been continuously building upon commitment towards art & culture. And how they’re capable of creating editorial-like libraries, in which you easily get lost for a minute or two.
MIT Technology Review did an interview with Tim Kook, in which he talks Silicon Valley’s gender problems, the need to learn code and why his company gets a bad reputation on AI. It’s worth a read, I liked it when he says:
We’re not going through things that we’re going to do in ’19, and ’20 and ’21. It’s not because we don’t know that. It’s because we don’t want to talk about that. So you can say Apple isn’t falling behind, it’s just not ready to talk about the future.
…but, if you do want to get a glimpse of what they’ll work on, keep an eye on this one.
This is interesting, OTHR brings together designers and transformative technologies to create beautiful objects, made exclusively for you. And so it produces design, with minimal environmental impact. Ideas like these weren’t possible 5 years ago.