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Advances in technology mean intelligent machines are likely to play an increasingly important role in our future
The Eliza effect, algorithms reading lung X-rays, the problem of other minds, and adventurers on Mars
‘None of us can avoid fundamental questions about what it means to be human. These issues are far too important to be left to doctors’
Psalm 139, reconsidering ‘ensoulment’, the language of right and wrong, and co-operation with evil
The prohibition on soothsaying, transcending genetic determinism, a client-technician relationship and Heidi Crowter’s joyful self-advocacy
Are our brains little more than computing machines made out of meat?
How are new technologies shaping us as humans, for good or for ill?
What is the role of humans in the coming age of the algorithm?
Is humankind about to enter a new age of symbiosis with technology?