The 2017 Summer Movie Preview is a snapshot of the films opening through early September. Release dates and other details are subject to change.
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The author says he’d trade the importance for a “more comfortable world to live in.”
Apple’s New HQ Nears Completion The innovative ‘spaceship’ design, by architect Lord Norman Foster, hasPubblicato: 29 aprile 2017 in la giusta distanza
Elisabeth Moss and Samira Wiley star in Hulu’s TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel — in which fertile women become reproductive surrogates for powerful men and their barren wives.
Different people have different ideas about what it means to sign an email “XOXO,” what you should use Facebook for, and how long you can wait before texting back.
What happens when fiction runs headlong into reality that’s way weirder.
The series is based on the 1985 novel, but it feels perfectly suited to 2017.
Cognitive neuroscientist Anil Seth’s talk about human consciousness was my TED moment.
Sorgente: ‘Billions’ Is the Best Food Show on TV
Saving the world, one science fact at a time.
Wondering how reporters missed the Trump wave? We crunched the data on where they work and how fast it’s changing. The results should worry the country.
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EVERY DAY ACROSS the nation, people doing work for Google log in to their computers and start watching YouTube. They look for violence in videos. They seek out hateful language in video titles. They decide whether to classify clips as “offensive” or “sensitive.” They are Google’s so-called “ads quality raters,” temporary workers hired by outside agencies to render judgments machines still can’t make all on their own. And right now, Google appears to need these humans’ help—urgently.
It’s the denouement of our four-course meal, and dinner is settling into a lull — until, that is, Selma Vilhunen starts poking her brownie. The Finnish director perks up, growing giddy over her next passion project: Hobbyhorse Revolution. We’re seated in a special screening room on the second floor of Toronto’s Montecito Restaurant, surrounded by a film library, an old cinematic camera and images from classic comedies like Meatballs and Animal House, and she’s fiddling with the Wi-Fi setting on her phone, trying to pull up a recently released trailer of her documentary. I offer my cell so that she can share a sneak peek, and this is what her well-manicured fingers pull up:
A whole lot of goodness is coming to Netflix in May 2017, including new seasons of “Master of None,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Bloodline,” “House of Cards,” and “Sense8.”