“Isn’t it possible – or even, tautological – that many of us feel threatened by the idea of human-like machines precisely because they will be, in certain respects, like humans? Of course, this raises the question of what humans are like …”
In a new essay for The Philosophical Salon (Los Angeles Review of Books), Dusenbury asks what Immanuel Kant, Jean Baudrillard, and the book of Genesis can tell us about the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). Read “Trouble in Paradise” online here.
Rachael and Deckard, Blade Runner (1982)