Annabel Langbein: Kitchen zen (+recipes)

As well as being a comfort food, preparing soup inspires calmness Broccoli soup. Photo / Annabel Langbein Media More change is likely to happen between now and 2020 than has occurred over the last 200 years. Every day brings news of some seemingly impossible innovation. Microsoft has made software that beats humans at recognising objects in photos and just recently I read about the launch of a new US$2 billion microchip designed to accelerate artificial intelligence. Within the next five years, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, biotechnology and nanotechnology will all be as familiar as the web is today. It’s hard not to feel fragmented and a little bewildered by the unprecedented pace of change. One of the insidious things about change is that it pushes us to make decisions faster…


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