Swab: A Struggle with Genetic Discrimination

By Fiona Luo Swab, swab, swab. The swabbers swarmed her, and everywhere there were test tubes, cotton balls, needles and so many hands, which swabbed the inside of her cheek, which forced the screeching jaws open and tore off handfuls of those glossy red locks, that tore off nails and skin and hair — anything … Continue reading Swab: A Struggle with Genetic Discrimination

Building a Better Tomorrow With NeuroCredit!

By Jeffrey Gong Welcome back to NeuroCredit, the easy-to-use, fun service that teaches us all how to become better citizens! Today’s words of wisdom from our Great Leader: Sloth brings nothing but degeneration and death. Only through work do we truly live! Please place your fingerprint on your phone to allow us to verify your … Continue reading Building a Better Tomorrow With NeuroCredit!

The machine’s controller

When artificial intelligence holds a community’s power, what does society sacrifice? By Charlotte Chui It ran like a machine. Perhaps a flawed machine, a prone to malfunctioning machine, but a machine nonetheless. Here’s what should be valued by the Machine: The ability to feel—to recognize, use, manage and understand emotions. The ability to think—to deduce, … Continue reading The machine’s controller