For us, it’s not only the matter of technical but also mental innovations. It’s about a new approach. This is our motto. Justyna Orłowska and Anotni Rytel, GovTech Polska, in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski
The thing that makes people attracted to transhumanism is often the longing for their loved ones or the fear to lose them, says Ada Florentyna Pawlak in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
We are witnessing the final years of an industrial revolution in which routine, repeatable work is taken over by machines. And it’s a good thing, because it frees people to regain their talents, creativity, emotions. Paweł Łuksza and Dmitry Sudakov, the authors of the “Atlas of Emerging Jobs”, in conversation with Michał Rolecki.
I hope there will be “artificial persons” willing to act for the sake of and not against humanity, says Gabriela Bar, an expert in the field of new technology regulations, in conversation with Monika Redzisz
There must be a theory hidden from our eyes which will allow us to easily calculate everything in the universe. That’s the theory we are looking for, says professor Grzegorz Wrochna in conversation with Robert Siewiorek.
Digital monopolists not only own “factories” where we produce data for them. They also possess a common virtual space which everybody needs to go through. Something has to be done about it, says economist Jan Zygmuntowski in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski.
We want to draw attention to how inhumane the world of algorithms is, to talk about malpractices of digital corporations and to expose the truth about the technology everybody admires, says Wiesław Bartkowski, head of Creative Coding at SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
As soon as I achieve my goal, I will connect my brain to external interfaces. I am most interested in what would happen if I connected to another person and to their brain, says Andrzej Banburski, PhD, from MIT in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
Buildings, whole cities packed with sensors and video surveillance systems are generating an increasing amount of data. The more data we are able to gather, the more sense it will make to use machine learning in architecture, says Kacper Radziszewski in conversation with Monika Redzisz.