GN 303.49 E
271 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
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Includes bibliographical references (page 269).
Welcome to Tomorrowville : how smart should a city really be? / Ben Passmore -- Portrait of the artist as an algorithm : can a computer make art / Julia Gfrörer -- Piraceuticals : what if you had to turn to pirates for medicine? / John Jennings -- Animal magnetism : how many rights do animals deserve? / Sophia Foster-Dimino -- Don't lie to me : do we really want to know when everybody is lying? / Box Brown -- Moon court : how do you solve a crime in space? / Maki Naro -- Unreel : what if fake news wins? / Chris Jones and Zach Weinersmith -- Ghostbot : if you could live as a robot, would you? / Kate Sheridan -- Bye-bye binary : what if gender was more like hair color? / Ziyed Y. Ayoub and Blue Deliquanti -- Under the sea : can we live in and on the ocean? / Amelia Onorator -- Never lay me down to sleep : what happens when we conquer rest? / Matt Lubchansky -- Popnonymous : will our future pop icons be avatars? / Sophie Goldstein.
"In this innovative collection of comics and essays, Rose Eveleth poses provocative questions about our future, which are brought to life in twelve b rand-new comics, each by a different acclaimed artist. Eveleth then reports on what is complete fantasy and what is only just out of reach. Introducing compelling visions of our potential to progress or wreak destruction, [this book] reveals how complicated, incredible, frightening, and curious our future might be."--Back cover.
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