Eurovision – more than just a song contest!
Eurovision is the biggest song contest in the world and has a cult following in … Continue reading Eurovision – more than just a song contest!
The growth and implications of AI on Lateline
David Lipson speaks to SOPHIS ethicist Professor Rob Sparrow and Professor Ron Arkin, roboticist and … Continue reading The growth and implications of AI on Lateline
Social history and later love
In this interview older Australians talk about the relationships they explored later in life, as … Continue reading Social history and later love
The future of Artificial Intelligence regulation
Listen to a radio interview broadcast in Melbourne on SYN 90.7FM in which SOPHIS Professor … Continue reading The future of Artificial Intelligence regulation
Unfit for the Future: The Urgent Need for Moral Bioenhancement
Don’t miss Dr Julian Savulescu, one of the world’s leading experts in medical and practical ethics, talk about solutions for violence, global poverty and climate change through human moral bioenhancement…
Frankenstein Anxiety: robotics and the replacement of ourselves
From Greek legends and philosophy to the classic sci-fi films of the 20th century robots … Continue reading Frankenstein Anxiety: robotics and the replacement of ourselves
Futures Forum: will my robot love me back?
What are the possibilities for meaningful relationships between robots and their owners? Professor Rob Sparrow … Continue reading Futures Forum: will my robot love me back?
Making Public Histories Seminar Program (2017)
Old Treasury Building, March – June 2017 This seminar series, now in its tenth year … Continue reading Making Public Histories Seminar Program (2017)
Dreaming of the Beloved – Public Lecture
Professor Constant Mews, Director of the Centre for Religious Studies, will deliver a public lecture … Continue reading Dreaming of the Beloved – Public Lecture
Ethics of new science and technology – podcast
A new podcast brings attention to the real world implications of Professor Rob Sparrow’s work tackling the ethics of new science and technology.
The Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies staff and students, together with their colleagues at Warwick University, have produced several short online films to highlight their approach to the rich material they teach and research. You can find these interesting discussions with staff and students here: