By K. Oskar Schulz and Roman C. Ugarte

Tech Races: China’s Dual-Use Bet

Many experts have considered the United States the dominant world power since World War II, a timeframe spanning the lives of all current Harvard undergraduates.

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On Gutenberg and GPT

When we learned about the printing press, it probably went something like this: Johannes Gutenberg’s invention kickstarted an information revolution and, most directly, the pamphlet-powered Protestant Reformation, which led us out of the Dark Ages into the Enlightenment.

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An Antidote to Optionality

Your decisions shape your life. Whether you go on to do great things or never quite fulfill your potential comes down to what you chose to do or not to do.

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