Kit Wilson

Kit Wilson is a London-based writer with bylines in the Spectator, Standpoint, CapX, Arc Digital and Areo.

Our current ethical guidelines are hopelessly inadequate for a new era of unimaginable technological change

Gal Beckerman’s history of how high-speed communication prevents social change

We are at a crucial moment in the history of artificial intelligence

Human Frontiers is an entertaining, zippy read but it feels one layer down from its ostensible subject: big ideas

The Unbroken Thread is an engaging and entertaining read — but it feels like a project that’s only just beginning

Kit Wilson says the slow atrophy of the English novel is contributing to a decline in empathy and the rise of tribalism, trolling and “stay in your lane” identity politics

The ability to predict musical developments far in advance suggests different expressions of a single underlying logic of tonality

Whether we like it or not, the intrusion of AI into the domain of human creativity is going very quickly to become a fixture of our lives

Is there any clear route out of the philosophical modernity and nihilism that plague our reality?