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IEET > Vision > Bioculture > Fiction > Contributors > David Eubanks

David Eubanks

David Eubanks holds a doctorate in mathematics and works in higher education. His research on complex systems led to his writing Life Artificial, a novel from the point of view of an artificial intelligence.


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"The Transhuman World"   Ethical Technology  Nov 16, 2014

"A Cynical Argument for the Liberal Arts (Parts 7-12)"   highered.blogspot.com  Jun 29, 2014

"A Cynical Argument for the Liberal Arts (Parts 0-6)"   highered.blogspot.com  May 27, 2014

"How the Singularity Makes us Dumber"   Ethical Technology  May 29, 2013

"Curiosity is the Engine of Achievement"   Ethical Technology  May 11, 2013

"Interfaces and Education"   highered.blogspot.com  Feb 24, 2013

"Teaching Critical Thinking"   highered.blogspot.com  Feb 20, 2013

"#2 Is Intelligence Self-Limiting?"   Ethical Technology  Dec 30, 2012

"#9 Cracks in Reality: How our Systems Fool Themselves"   Ethical Technology  Dec 23, 2012

"Cracks in Reality: How our Systems Fool Themselves"   Ethical Technology  Jun 11, 2012

"Self-Limiting Intelligence: Truth or Consequences"   Ethical Technology  Apr 2, 2012

"Is Intelligence Self-Limiting?"   Ethical Technology  Mar 10, 2012

"Breakfast Conversation"   Ethical Technology  Feb 3, 2012

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