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.
New technologies are going to further polarize the labor market. We are going to have extremely well-paid, highly skilled people and “replaceable employees” working for peanuts. Professor Katarzyna Śledziewska and professor Renata Włoch in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski.
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.
Today we have much more information than ever before. It is time we became a bit wiser. An interview with Erika Widegren, head of the Re-Imagine Europa project.
Perhaps we will be able to develop a culture in which everyone learns for its own sake and for the sake of having a richer inner life. But I think this not necessarily the most likely outcome of current trends. The danger of enfeeblement is real. Prof. Stuart Russell in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski.
Ethical artificial intelligence is to be the product made in Europe. An example? An intelligent vacuum cleaner or an intelligent fridge which can be trusted. An appropriate test will verify, whether all the rules were adhered to at the level of AI design, implementation, and usage. Maciej Chojnowski talks to Robert Kroplewski.