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Are there parallels between the Industrial Revolution’s sweeping impact on jobs and the coming of AI?
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?
First clockwork machines, then hydraulics, followed by the telegraph, and finally computers. But what are we really?
If the Cartesian definition is “I think therefore I am”, a Trinitarian version of that is “I am loved, therefore I am”
Are we going about making humans better, or making better humans?
What new developments will change healthcare, and how should we respond to them?