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Katherine Brodsky

Katherine Brodsky is a writer, interviewer, and cultural commentator. Her work has been published in Newsweek, WIRED, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Variety, and many other outlets. She’s author of the upcoming book, No Apologies: How to Find and Free Your Voice in the Age of Outrage—Lessons for the Silenced Majority. She also writes essays on society and our role in it on her Substack. Katherine Brodsky is a writer, interviewer, and cultural commentator. Her work has been published in Newsweek, WIRED, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Variety, and many other outlets. She’s author of the upcoming book, No Apologies: How to Find and Free Your Voice in the Age of Outrage—Lessons for the Silenced Majority. She also writes essays on society and our role in it on her Substack. She is currently a Visiting Fellow with Danube Institute.
‘The Internet, for all its premises as a beacon of knowledge, now resembles more of a digital information wasteland. It’s not that there aren’t well-written essays or long-form articles out
‘What’s particularly concerning is that our chances of detecting AI are getting slimmer. There’s already more content generated by AI than humans on the internet…This means that we will have
While Hungary is a country with plenty of complexity and, like any other place, has its issues and imperfections—as well as treasures—I have two choices: criticize and judge from afar,