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It seem pretty likely that we will all soon be interacting with ‘human-like’ AIs in the near future. But should this concern us?
Humanoid robots are here and thus we need to think about what it means to be friends with a machine
The advance of robotics could be about to pose some fascinating questions about identity and personhood
We don’t know how fast automation will enter healthcare, but it’s eventual arrival seems inevitable
Searching for a distinction between things which are made, and those who are born
Will AI change the way we see ourselves as humans?
If you want to predict the future, see where the smart money is going – and a huge amount is going into robotics and AI
Would an artificial intelligence have any more concern for human beings’ interests than we have for ants?
I am convinced robotics and AI must be part of the theological agenda for church leaders