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Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of February 22nd brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.


Robot Art Raises Questions About Human Creativity: What is the potential of machine art, and can it truly be described as creative or imaginative?

Cities, Social Networks And Loneliness In The 21st Century : Philosopher and musician Alexander Bard and Swedish writer Jan Söderqvist discuss diminishing power of politicians and increasing influence of networks.

The Secret Lives Of Tumblr Teens: That feeling when you hit a million followers, make more money than your mom, push a diet pill scheme, lose your blog, and turn 16.

Why Science Can’t Show Us Much About Art: The scientific ‘discovery’ that Van Gogh’s art changed after his 1888 breakdown proves a forensic approach is no match for the subjective eye of an art lover.

The Missing Link Of Artificial Intelligence: We don’t know how to make software that learns without explicit instruction—but we need to if dreams of humanlike AI are to come true.


Follower: The latest digital invention from artist Lauren McCarthy, is here to indulge all those weird and unsettling little desires – offering you the chance to get your own, real life stalker for the day.

Quartz Memory Coin: Worried about being remembered? Well, worry no more. This eternal 5D data storage could preserve the history of humankind for ages to come.

ReFlex: Revolutionary flexible smartphone allows users to feel the buzz by bending their apps.


Flat File: Weekly publication featuring one piece of graphic design at a time.

The Other Nefertiti: From today on everybody around the world can access, study, print or remix a 3D dataset of Nefertitis head in high resolution.

Captured: CEOs of the companies destroying our environment, economy, and society, as drawn by incarcerated artists.

Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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