Review by Ken Daley.
Winning the Battle, Losing the War
Ryan Jenkins shows how blowback against apparently successful technologies can render them counterproductive.
The Ethics of AI and The Moral Responsibility of Philosophers
Paula Boddington argues that we’ve got a lot of work to do.
Living with Robots: a review
A review by Alexis Elder.
Issue 86 Reviews: introduction
Readers are in for quite a few surprises in this issue’s reviews. A couple looking for a three-way relationship might select a guy robot as the addition, not a girl robot. That’s not what we’re expecting if we’ve seen the movie Her, watched the TV show Humans, or paid attention to the growing market for […]
Robot Ethics 2.0: From Autonomous Cars to Artificial Intelligence: a review
Ken Daley and Robert J. Howell review Robot Ethics 2.0: From Autonomous Cars to Artificial Intelligence, edited by Patrick Lin, Keith Abney, and Ryan Jenkins
Philosophy, In a Sense: Enchanted Action
Constantine Sandis on real and artificial agency.
The Skeptic: Presence of Mind
Wendy M Grossman on the rise of the machines in theatre and cinema.
Robots in Disguise
Jean Kazez on what makes an ideal philosophy movie.
What the Critics Said
A M Ferner has just picked up a fault in the EA-35 unit.
First Person Singularity
Amy Kind hopes for something more than a “moronic stew”.
Can Computers Ever Be Conscious?
Iain MacNaughton considers the major arguments in the philosophy of artificial intelligence.