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I caught a preview of Terminator: Dark Fate this week. Sarah Connor (pictured), human foil
This is the second of two reviews looking at London exhibitions, on now, which provide
Anyone with an interest in how AIs are being used in the creative process right now should spend half an hour checking out the short films of Oscar Sharp and Ross Goodwin.
Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has surprised some commentators by suggesting that ‘a common global framework’
To ghostwrite convincingly you need to do more than just string a few words together.
Speaking at the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Brussels last week, Apple’s
The news that Nick Clegg, former deputy Prime Minister of the UK, has been appointed
The growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents professional communicators with many interesting opportunities, as organisations
The interdisciplinary nature of the SXSW festival means that you get to learn things in
January 2020 marks seventy years since George Orwell – whose real name was Eric Arthur Blair – died. I took this picture last summer, at an annual tribute held in the village of Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshie, England where he is buried. We may be living in a different century, but his work remains alarmingly relevant. I joined the Orwell Society
Nineteen Eighty-Four was published in London on June 8th, 1949. 2019 is the seventieth anniversary of its appearance, and members of the Orwell Society were asked for their thoughts. My contribution is included. Read the full article on the Orwell Society Blog >