Posted on November 13, 2023 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
A few intriguing posts that combine literature and technology caught our eye ...
The Guardian invited leading writers, including Bernardine Evaristo and Jeanette Winterson, to weigh in on their hopes, fears, and predictions for how artificial intelligence will affect literature in the short and longer term.
Health care brand strategist Emily Peters talks about the problems she experienced firsthand in the US hospital system and how they inspired her new book Artists Remaking Medicine, in which she argues that enlisting the creative professions could remake our health care system for the better (NPR).
Amazon has made some marked improvements to the web browsers on its Kindles, says Brad Linder of the website Liliputing.
The New York Times reports on Ángela Ruiz Robles, a woman who invented what some consider to be an analog ancestor of the modern ereader, as part of its Overlooked series of obituaries on remarkable people who were't covered in real time.
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