In a true Socratic law school, I suggest, students would be instructed to ask questions to those in authority instead of answering them. Nothing and no one would be beyond a student’s questioning, especially by virtue of claims to authority or expertise alone.
My book Essays in AI has just released in paperback!
Robots, artificial intelligence and automation are going to fundamentally change the way we work, play and live in the 21st Century.
Essays in AI looks at how new technology, automation and artificial intelligence might change our lives for the worse. It’s a compilation book of various essays and articles I’ve written on the topic over the years. Although it’s quite short, each essay packs a punch!
I’ve been in the final stages of finishing a new book of essays on AI, Automation and the future of work.
From their very first lectures, law students are told not to equate legal ethics with morality, to ignore emotional […]
In 1997, Gangland: cultural elites and the new generationalism dominated Australia’s book scene. Arguing that young people were under-represented in Australia’s mainstream media, subjected to ‘moral panics’ and increasingly demonised by the press, the book painted a picture of youth culture in crisis.
My purposes in this article are narrowed to two points : (i) a statement of the teaching of law subjects in Canadian Universities for purposes and aims other than those to which Dean Falconbridge has done full justice ; (ii) to outline the work with which I am most familiar, in the University of Toronto.
In the process of writing my PhD, I have stumbled upon the writings of WPM Kennedy, the former […]
The following is a review of my book by Edwin Montoya Zorrila from the blog, Notes From The […]
‘The Employer’s Voice’ Shaping Graduate Attributes: In the early 1990s, Australian universities were placed under increasing pressure from […]