August 2, 2020
The late Stephen Hawking famously warned that Artificial Intelligence might someday become so clever as to supersede humans.
But academic and author, Brett Frischmann, has a different fear. He argues that human beings are starting to act like machines. That they’re being groomed to become more robotic in their behaviour and interactions.
Also, why is the software development company GitHub interested in an old abandoned mineshaft in the very north of Scandinavia?
Thomas Dohmke – Vice President for Strategic Programs, GitHub
Brett Frischmann – author and Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business and Economics, Villanova University
Lizzie O’Shea – human rights lawyer and Chair, Digital Rights Watch