Tag: Robots

BOOK REVIEW: Autonomous by Annalee Newitz

Artificial Intelligence is clearly on our minds right now, more than ever before. In television, HBO’s Westworld, now in its second season, probes deep philosophical questions of moral choice and what defines humanity in a world where increasingly nothing is “real”. In the realm of video-games, Detroit: Become Human similarly engages with the emerging complexity

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BOOK REVIEW: Tin by Padraig Kenny

Short Review Tin is a coming of age story as we journey with a boy called Christopher who is trying to find his place in a world that he feels he doesn’t belong in. A story about discovering ones-self and realising that you can be happy with who you are no matter what others think

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FILM: Singularity

In the sci-fi movie ‘Singularity,’ John Cusack plays visionary CEO Elias van Dorne, who brings sentient artificial life upon the world in the year 2020. Popularized by science fiction author Vernor Vinge, the Singularity is a theoretical point in future history when artificial intelligence exceeds the power of the human mind, becomes self-aware and dramatically

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