This is the third in a series conversations about AI that I'm recording as part of this residency. This time, I talk to CEO of digital think tank Dot Everyone, Rachel Coldicutt. We discuss the importance of friction in a world seamlessly filtered through technology that's increasingly designed to privilege the individual's choice.
There’s an exciting theory going around at the moment. Maybe you’ve heard it. It says that we’re probably living in a simulation, because if it’s possible to simulate worlds, as to some extent it seems to be, then there will certainly already be loads of simulated worlds....
This is the second in a series of conversations about AI that I'm recording as part of this residency. The V&A museum's Tech Lead Duncan Gough and I discuss a number of issues around AI and the arts, including the distancing effect of tech's 'puppets', the bias of datasets, and the role that art and empathy should be playing.
This is hopefully the first in a short series of conversations about AI I'm recording as part of this residency. In this 35 minute chat, my friend, the philosopher Dr Sean Power and I discuss AI's popularity, its connection to ideas about apocalypses, and the real reasons we're so anxious about it all.