In 30 years, will robots do all the unpleasant work for us? Or will they subjugate us to become submissive slaves? The debates on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change our lives move between these extremes. There is no doubt that the change will be dramatic. Maybe now is just the right time to start interfering.This pioneering comic essay on AI invites you on an illustrated journey through the dimensions and implications of the groundbreaking technology. Discussing important chances and risks associated with AI, this work is a creative stimulus for insiders of the subject as well as an invitation for newbies to get informed and join the debate.With a doctorate in economics, Julia Schneider appreciates data and code as tools for solving complex puzzles – and loves comics as a medium for telling complex stories. Coming from the opposite direction, artist Lena Kadriye Ziyal loves encrypting complexity with associations and thereby expands the meaning of a theme with her perspective.
|AUTOR||Julia Schneider, Lena Kadriye Ziyal|
|DATEINAME||We Need to Talk, AI.pdf|
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