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Humor is an integral part of Jewish culture – but how does it actually work?
The hard question is the inward-facing one, of how artificial intelligence might influence Jewish life and thought.
How do we communicate with machine learning, and how do we recognize its limitations?
This Hanukkah, so many of us are struggling with how we respond to not just a spiritual or intellectual war but an actual military war. How can we find the light?
Celebrating what we already have can allow us both to enjoy our blessings now and to build for the future.
Public trust of science in America has hit major roadblocks in recent years. Is religious culture to blame?
I am so thankful for the experience—for the people, the conversations, and for the profound sense of renewal I’m now feeling.
What you choose to include or exclude from your retelling of the region’s history determines your understanding of the more recent Israeli and Palestinian conflict.
A calendar is so much more than a system of organizing days – it can define a people and their outlook on the universe.
It’s very easy to celebrate the abstract notion of “humanity.” But a love of others starts with a love of those closest to us.
Sometimes Torah is a light powerful like the sun. But today, the light of Torah we need is more like the light of the moon.
Sadly, I fear there will be more chaos coming. And so it becomes upon us to create more order in this world.