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The Ethics Behind Artificial Intelligence: A Dialogue with the CIO of Insight Corporation Insight

Mike Guggemos, Chief Information Officer at Insight Enterprises and Kevin LaGrandeur, Ph.D., Professor of English at the New York Institute of Technology, Fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies and Co-Founder of the NY Posthuman Research Group, share their views on the thorny issue of AI and ethics.

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IEET Fellow Kevin LaGrandeur Appears on Argentinian TV Pampero TV

Watch the short video of Kevin talking about AI and agriculture.

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IEET Fellow Kevin LaGrandeur Publishes new Book Review The Agonist: A Nietzsche Circle Journal

IEET Fellow Kevin LaGrandeur had his review of the book, Nietzsche and Transhumanism: Precursor or Enemy?, edited by Yunus Tuncel, published in the Spring 2018 edition of The Agonist: A Nietzsche Circle Journal.

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Kevin LaGrandeur Interviewed on WGN RADIO in Chicago The Mason Vera Paine Show

“Is Artificial Intelligence Something We Should Worry About?”  When it comes to Artificial-Intelligence (A.I) we always hear about doom and gloom, from job losses to a robocalypse; but could these things be just an over-reaction? Find out more by listening to this interview Kevin gave regarding this topic on The Mason Vera Paine Show of WGN RADIO in Chicago, on March 28, 2018. They covered the ways A.I will effect daily life & what we can do to prepare ourselves: http://wgnradio.com/2018/03/28/is-artificial-intelligence-...

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The Future of Humanity: An Intimate Techno-Relationship by Kevin LaGrandeur

Futurists tend to exaggerate, overestimating the change that’s heading our way. Most likely there will be no new species, no destructive post-human scenario, no sci-fi movie style acceleration of evolution. However, what we can say or even predict with certainty is that the way we interact with the world and with the machines of the future will change. Human beings will remain so, but their relationship with objects will be deeper, a kind technological intimacy

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Kevin LaGrandeur in the News FierceCEO

IEET Fellow Kevin LaGrandeur was recently quoted in the article “Is artificial intelligence the great job eliminator or creator?” by Karen Talley.  The news article is posted on FierceCEO.

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Kevin LaGrandeur, New York Institute of Technology – A.I. Taking Jobs by Kevin LaGrandeur

The robots are coming for our jobs.

Kevin LaGrandeur, professor in the department of English at New York Institute of Technology, explains why artificial intelligence is the biggest job killer in our society.

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Does this robot want your job?

Join us on Facebook Live for a discussion with NYIT Professor Kevin LaGrandeur as he argues that the real threat to American jobs isn’t flesh-and-blood foreign workers. It’s robots and computers.

https://www.facebook.com/events/392673634451063/

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Kevin LaGrandeur Publishes Op-Ed in USAToday USA Today

IEET Fellow Kevin LaGrandeur published an op-ed on USAToday.com, the country’s top daily paper based on circulation and online viewers.

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Kevin LaGrandeur published new book Artificial Slaves RoutledgePress

Artificial Slaves has just been published in a relatively inexpensive paperback edition.  It won a 2014 Science Fiction and Technoculture Studies Prize, and has been well-reviewed in a number of journals (see below). The attached coupon gives an additional 20% discount.  For more information, please visit the RoutledgePress website.