What do all of these items have in common? To me, they all demonstrate a human tendency to more readily engage with human forms of intelligence and agency.
Science Corner: Sing a New Song
Music has been helping us stay together even as we stay apart, from window serenades to video conference concerts.
Sci-Fi Film Fest: Talking I Am Mother with Sam Blair
Welcome to the first Emerging Scholars Network Sci-Fi Film Festival! I’ll be having a conversation here on the blog on various classic and current science fiction movies. Feel free to watch alonggh and join the conversation. This week’s film is I Am Mother, a Netflix film from this year about a robot raising a human […]
Science Corner: Predicting Periodically
The periodic table turned 150 earlier this year, or at least March 1 was the 150th anniversary of the publication of Dmitri Mendeleev’s version.
Science Book Review: The Big Nine – How the Tech Titans & Their Thinking Machines Could Warp Humanity
[The Big Nine] reads like a blend of science fact and fiction as [author Amy] Webb tells us where we’ve been and imagines where we might go.