The news that President Carter’s United Nations ambassador, Andrew Young, had met in New York with a PLO representative spread furiously among the mostly Jewish residents of the new high-rise condominiums along southern Florida’s Gold Coast.
Rachel Binstock says that the 39 melachot are what create the meaning of Shabbat, but it is rare for Jews to practice the original forms of labor during the other 144 hours of the week because modern technologies have made them mostly obsolete.
Some of Israel’s Supreme Court justices are terrified of the situation.
Luc Bernard was inspired to create the map after seeing the statistic that 80 percent of Americans have not visited a Holocaust museum.
I don’t carry a gun, and I don’t go out and do police work. The job of a police officer is to serve the public. My job is to serve police officers.
One thing most people don’t want explained are jokes. BUT, if a joke is already bona fide boffo funny, an explanation might help us appreciate it even more.
AI is the brainchild of cognitive scientists, computer programmers and physicists; it raises problems for politicians, journalists and philosophers; and it’s alive in the imaginations of artists, cartoonists and science fiction writers. We’ve asked people from all these fields how best to approach this astounding moment in human history.
Artificial intelligence has been around ever since we plucked the fruit off the branch of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil and came away with clarity around neither.
This May, climate action organization Dayenu released “Rising Tides, Rising Voices: Songs for the Jewish Climate Movement,” a digital songbook, which brings together a diverse set of songs—Jewish and secular, English and Hebrew, chanted and sung—for Jewish climate activism.