Large-scale AI systems consume enormous amounts of energy. Yet the material details of those costs remain vague in the social imagination.
The core issue may not be AI itself, but rather the prevailing practices and thought patterns. An article by Shuk Ling Chan.
We live in a peculiar culture – utterly different to the classical world of ancient times, different to undemocratic nations, different to theocracies as well. Why?
This book enables us to extend the conversation and consider further how to put people not devices at the centre of our lives.
Broadening the range of our capacity to wonder is at the heart of epistemology. To fail to do so is to slip dangerously into knowledge as impersonal and disembodied.
We need a deeper understanding which transcends the distorted reflections of ourselves that we find in our own technology.
Large-scale use of algorithms has the potential to cause severe harm to individuals and communities. Lessons from the 2020 public examination results fiasco in the UK.
A theology of digital technology written by a professor of computer science who benefited from fruitful interactions with his colleagues in Christian philosophy and theology.
Technology is fast encroaching on family primacy and we are seeing an increasingly premature loss of childhood innocence. The author encourages parents to be approachable, calm, informed and realistic.