Can all jobs be automated? When we think about the question in its most abstract form, we are forced to question assumptions about labor and ourselves.
Why our conversation about the moral standing of Artificial Intelligence is misguided
Toward an Internet Ontology
Because we want students to understand the role of technology in the world, as our pedagogy becomes more intermingled with technology, we display a lack of the same skills we are seeking to instill.
We are yet to consider that we might owe some form of moral consideration to something that is not a member of the moral community now but, through human choices, eventually will be.
There is a contradiction in the attempt to arrive at a post-wage-labor world through the creation of intelligent machines.
Another form of oppression is coming: substratism