Artificial intelligence, robotics, and technology are changing the very fabric of our societies, from how we process information and vote to the quality of our jobs and work. Yet this revolutionary impact on our lives is systemically under-discussed across the political spectrum, though some Green Parties in Europe have started to take action.
Start off with our Green Observatory on robotics and AI for an overview of the situation around Europe. Read or watch our interview with (former) MEP Jean Phillip Albrecht about the sinister implications of some developments. Next, journalist and author Tiffany Blandin talks about the huge impact of AI and robotics on jobs. Watch or read Aaron Sterniczky’s talk with MIT professor Aleksandra Przegalińska about what changes are underway and some possible solutions.
Round it off with three pieces from our archives: Henning Meyer on the ‘digital revolution‘, Aaron Sterniczky on the connection between populism and technology, and an interview from our ‘Fear and Trembling‘ edition about security threats and technology.
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