This year’s Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities makes connections between the historic connection between humans and technology suggesting that we are better together. Arguing against a vision of technology that aims for artificial intelligence (i.e. to pass the Turing Test), and for a view held by Ada Lovelace in which computers […]
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