Peter Singer, Cordelia Fine, Garry Kasparov, AI and Algorithmns, Tim O’Reilly.
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Matthew Sweet explores what fed into Orwell's future vision and how our own is shaping up.
A panel of researchers share insights into the law and warfare, gender and AI.
PJ O'Rourke and writers of Freakonomics join Rana Mitter at the 2015 Hay Festival.
Anne McElvoy leads a discussion on the history and ethics of pet ownership.
Kelly and Zach Weinersmith share visions of the future with Rana Mitter. Plus Kevin Rudd.
Essayist Adam Gopnik talks to Shahidha Bari about city living. Plus artist Lucinda Rogers.
BBC news head James Harding reviews a stage version of Paddy Chayefsky's Network.
Rana Mitter talks to renowned American inventor, thinker and futurist Ray Kurzweil.
Anne McElvoy talks to the tech media man who popularized the terms open source and Web 2.0
Matthew Sweet looks at the writing of science and the Royal Society Science Book Prize.
Philip Dodd explores AI with Garry Kasparov. Plus vorticism and overpopulation.
Shahidha Bari and Laurence Scott explore our perceived obsession with the self.
Matthew Sweet explores deafness, plot twists, birds in books & how music is good for you
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss the implications of our increasing reliance on robotics.
Shahidha Bari looks at computing for cats, de-extinction and an animal symphony.
Matthew Sweet discusses epilepsy, Wilkie Collins and a theatre production of Joan of Arc.
Includes Richard Hakluyt's legacy, chickens and the 2016 Man Booker Prize.
Rana Mitter discusses new developments in neuroscience.
Anne McElvoy discusses the fiction of Walter Benjamin and the Soviet superwoman.
Including a new sex survey, a Nick Broomfield documentary and the history of the audiobook
Matthew Sweet discuses hands with psychoanalyst Darian Leader.
Frances Fyfield, Richard Bessel, Peter Stanford and Mayura Deshpande join Philip Dodd.
With Icelandic writer Sjón, the career of Winifred Knights and an exploration of touch.
Alberto Manguel talks to Matthew Sweet about curiosity and a lifetime of reading.
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