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Evan Selinger

Evan Selinger is a Professor of Philosophy at Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

  1. Pandemic pain is fueling robo-realism

    Financial Times columnist Sarah O’Connor recently wrote the type of humility-driven reflection I wish pervaded tech coverage. She begins “Why I was wrong to be optimistic about robots” with an about-face confession that won’t surprise anyone steeped in political economy, but nevertheless is a refreshingly honest dose of fourth estate realism.

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    From the Culture desk

  2. Why we must democratize AI to invest in human prosperity, with Frank Pasquale

    Four years ago, Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, catalyzed a debate over algorithmic and corporate power with the publication of his highly acclaimed and highly critical book, The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms That Control Money.

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    From the Interviews desk

  3. “After the pandemic ends, there won’t be a return to normal,” says futurist P.W. Singer

    P.W. Singer is a strategist, author, and Senior Fellow at New America. The Wall Street Journal as described him as “the premier futurist in the national-security environment".

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    From the Interviews desk