Review by Ken Daley.
Ryan Jenkins shows how blowback against apparently successful technologies can render them counterproductive.
Paula Boddington argues that we’ve got a lot of work to do.
A review by Alexis Elder.
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 […]
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
Constantine Sandis on real and artificial agency.
Wendy M Grossman on the rise of the machines in theatre and cinema.
Jean Kazez on what makes an ideal philosophy movie.
A M Ferner has just picked up a fault in the EA-35 unit.
Amy Kind hopes for something more than a “moronic stew”.
Iain MacNaughton considers the major arguments in the philosophy of artificial intelligence.