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Advances in technology mean intelligent machines are likely to play an increasingly important role in our future
The Panopticon at home, evangelising to retirees, existential angst in the House of Lords, and rejecting self-sufficiency
Are humans the culmination of the universe and will we determine the fate of our planet this century?
Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws, fauxbots, whimpering miniature dinosaurs, and inherent or conferred personhood
Human uniqueness, AI musicians, surveillance capitalism and ditching Google
How can Christians understand and prepare for the challenges posed by the development of AI and robotics?
Are we approaching a sudden and disruptive leap forward in AI capability?
How are new technologies shaping us as humans, for good or for ill?