Not all fashion magazines are created equal. Take Cactus. The Italian team commissions work by the freshest, most left-field image-makers and bundles it into a compendium of brick-like heft. Its fifth issue is dedicated to the interface between bodies and technology, challenging photographers, designers and stylists to ask questions about the potential of human-machine communication. What kind of images, for example, would be produced by a technologically simulated consciousness? And how will gender evolve in the realm of AI?