Important Choices for 2018 and their Impact on Pluralism

This January, we want to start a new tradition: to ask ourselves once per year what are importance choices that will shape our near future, without any restrictions on the type of choice or field of application. All our members have received the task to answer a same set of general questions about choices for 2018, their significance, and impact on pluralism.

In this first report, Shane Saunderson explains how advances in A.I. make the choice to not think all the more attractive, Lyralen Kaye draws our attention to the impact that the new U.S. tax reform has on the choice to be an artist, and Christophe Bruchansky shares some of his thoughts on how to best deal with the democratic choice of nationalism.