How K-pop fans are shaping elections around the world
Back in the early 90s, Korean pop music, known as K-pop, was largely confined to South Korea. Since then, he has become an international phenomenon around the world, with a particular focus on choreography and thoughtful performance.
It made bands like Girls Generation, EXO, BTS and Blackpink household names and inspired their fans with a special brand of special devotion.
Now, those same fans have learned to use their digital skills to advocate for social change and achieve political goals—organizing acts of civil resistance, donating generously to charity, and even thwarting white supremacist attempts to spread hate speech. Read the story in its entirety.
— Su Yun
ChatGPT’s fight for search is bigger than Microsoft or Google
Search is suddenly cool again. Last week, Microsoft and Google staked their claim on the future of search by showing off chatbots that can respond to queries with suggestions rather than lists of links.