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Researchers are scraping our images from social media and CCTV. We may not like the consequences
Lakewood Church’s $60m ‘smiling pastor’ holds up worldly success as proof of God’s favour
On a hike in the Cotswolds, the novelist talks about the ethics of AI, his Brexit obsession — and the ‘profound refreshment’ he finds in walking
Coastal resorts offer rich pickings for image-makers, as Turner Contemporary’s new show demonstrates
Our ‘Round on the Links’ quiz tests your ability to draw connections. Thinking caps on!
Remainers should focus on improving the UK’s future, not on fighting yesterday’s battles
Today’s economies are built on data as well as money. It’s time global institutions caught up
Candidates need to stress the ordinariness of their background. That’s bad news for Boris Johnson
‘You can’t be a great scientist without being slightly obsessed’
A new movement plans mass civil disobedience — and its numbers are growing
If we end up befriending AIs, will we still want to set them mundane tasks?
Our wine critic leafs through her notebook where she keeps track of her more bibulous dinners
Where to find ackee and saltfish, traditional oxtail stew and rum punch
‘‘Emily Roux combines the essential criteria for a restaurateur — a love of food, wine and people’
‘Warm, sweet spicing, plenty of vegetables and good meat on the
bone – this made us feel a whole lot better’
‘While my friends got their careers started ... I became my grandmother’s carer’
All parents fret. But when it comes to exams, we are never knowingly out-fretted
The British pride themselves on their GSOH — but what happens when politicians are in on the joke?
Chefs and entrepreneurs are showing that well-balanced meals can be made cheaply — and help children’s academic performance
Where to go for local squid, cuttlefish croquettes and suckling pig stew
Once-derided wines are getting a new lease of life. What’s going on?
The actor-turned-auteur talks about Scorsese, skateboarding and why his debut feature ‘Mid90s’ is a ‘string of pearls’
‘At no point does any course — and there are 20 — drop below exceptional’
‘A reader introduced himself as “an FT/Economist liberal”. Elite media are becoming clubs’
Americans spend $75bn on their pets each year. What do the pets give in return?
‘This mash-up of Easter traditions — rich bread and lamb — makes a magnificent centrepiece’
If technology is to live up to its utopian vision, we will need to understand its full sociological effects
Some of the highlights on show at this year’s Salone del Mobile
From Leonardo celebrations to an all-Italian pavilion, this year’s Design Week has a strong local accent
The architect behind Milan’s eye-catching Cos installation talks reversible design
LED technology is giving designers new focus and freedom
Designers are presenting their work in increasingly immersive and personal ways