In the future we all will be part-robots. My predictions are that in a thousand years we will [physically] disappear from this world – says Richard van Hooijdonk in an interview with z Michał Rolecki and Anna Zagórna
If enhancing humans proves successful, each of us will have to be enhanced. Otherwise, we will face widening social disparities, says professor Stuart Russell.
Digital technologies are going to revive the archives of European museums and libraries. We are going to experience mirror worlds which are thought to be as important as the internet and social media.
In a world of superhumans with computer implants and all knowledge at their fingertips, what it means to be human will change. The nature of human rights will have to evolve too – claims Roch Głowacki, a lawyer who advises on AI and new technologies, in an interview with Anna Zagórna.
Poles have developed a revolutionary communication system for people with profound intellectual disabilities. The European Union hopes the project will be successful
“We expect COVID-19 to become a persistent human virus like flu,” says professor Nikolai Petrovsky in an interview conducted by Anna Zagórna.
When I began my doctoral studies, I had a dilemma. I thought: I am going to develop robots which may then take up arms and hurt people – says Krzysztof Walas*, PhD, Poznan University of Technology, in the interview conducted by Anna Zagórna
A Finnish town with 27,000 inhabitants is the only place in Europe where people grow up among robots. They learn about them from nursery to adulthood
“Poland will be able to say that it is a leading 5G innovator. It is going to be at the forefront of technological changes”. An interview with Martin Mellor, Country Manager, Ericsson Polska.