‘Research carried out with a high level of integrity upholds values of honesty, rigour, transparency and open communication, as well as care and respect for those involved in research and…
Introduction In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new edition of The Tyranny of Merit: What’s become of the common good? (2021) was published. Its author, Michael Sandel, a…
Digital technology and the problem of pleasure Last year, software designer Danilo Campos shared a story from his time spent volunteering to help seniors with their technology: ‘Recently, one of…
This Cambridge Paper investigates the Surveillance Capitalism business model and shows its intrinsic dependence on deception, addiction and exploitation.
Artificial intelligence and simulated relationships
Healing, enhancement and the human future by Denis Alexander
The medium is the message by Guy Brandon
How free is our free-will? by Harvey McMahon
The ‘risk society’ that we live in has increasingly structured itself around attempting to manage an uncertain future.
For more than half a century (roughly 1880–1940) it was widely believed that heredity determined race, class, mental health, and intelligence.