If you missed out on attending previous Plotting the Future events you can listen back to podcasts or watch videos of the majority of the lectures.
Glass to grass goodness: Ireland’s dairy opportunity
Slowdown: The End of the Great Acceleration
Climate change, Inequality and Sustainable Wellbeing
Climate Change, Literature, and the Future of Memory – lecture by Rick Crownshaw (Goldsmiths).
To Be a Machine: Encounters With a Post-Human Future – lecture and reading by Mark O’Connell.
Artificial Intelligence: What if machines could sense how I feel? – talk and interview with Maja Pantic.
The War on Cash by Brett Scott, campaigner, former derivatives broker and author of The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance.
A Human Attachment Crisis: Can the Robots Save Us? by Kathleen Richardson (De Montfort University)
Robots and the Law – the Problem of the Liability Diffusion by Professor Susanne Beck (Leibniz University)
The Cyber Effect: Children and Young People in an Age of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the Internet by Mary Aiken.
Interview with Judy Wajcman about ‘Automation, Robotics and the Temporality of Everyday Life’
Professor Anne Fuchs, Director of the UCD Humanities Institute, gives an introduction to the ‘Plotting the Future’ series.