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The Philosophy of Creativity edited by Elliot Paul and Scott Barry Kaufman

Les Reid has a creative response to a book on the philosophy of creativity.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017 :: Books]


Leo Cookman performs an Unheimlich manoeuvre to review a disturbing android saga.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017 :: Television]

Bill Stott’s Cartoon

by Bill Stott
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017 :: Cartoon]

Information, Knowledge & Intelligence

Alistair MacFarlane considers the differences between these crucial concepts, and the implications for how we think about computers.
[Issue 98 :: September/October 2013 :: Articles]

Mathematics, Morality & Machines

William Byers, mathematician, and Michael Schleifer, moral theorist, use their judgement to calculate the improbability of a machine thinking like a human being.
[Issue 78 :: April/May 2010 :: Articles]

The Conscience Of The Machine

by Wendell Wallach
[Issue 72 :: March/April 2009 :: Editorial]

The Challenge of Moral Machines

Wendell Wallach tells us what the basic problems are.
[Issue 72 :: March/April 2009 :: Machine Morality]

Will Robots Need Their Own Ethics?

Steve Torrance asks if robots need minds to be moral producers or moral consumers.
[Issue 72 :: March/April 2009 :: Machine Morality]

Four Kinds of Ethical Robots

James H. Moor defines different ways in which machines could be moral.
[Issue 72 :: March/April 2009 :: Machine Morality]

Machines and Moral Reasoning

Thomas M. Powers on how a computer might process Kant’s moral imperative.
[Issue 72 :: March/April 2009 :: Machine Morality]

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