Thinking about AI, meeting geek-girls and then back to work.

The jacket of the version I have read (in paperback), available in the UK and edited to include UK-relevant examples
  • We should assess our emotions towards AI; are we tending towards deification and demonisation of AI, even anthropomorphism?
  • We cannot have the hubris that humans can’t be replaced creatively
  • Are we building up to living in a society where robots do everything, humans do nothing (think Wall-E here…) and live on a universal basic income and if so, what will a human being be for?
I have a paperback copy and I’m not going to let people borrow it

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London-born Gujarati. Interested in books, strategy games, business, tech, food & culture.

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Jannat Shah

Jannat Shah

London-born Gujarati. Interested in books, strategy games, business, tech, food & culture.

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