The history of law schools is a battle of ideas. Ideas over what the law is, how it should
be taught and the kinds of student a law school should produce. Frequently,
law schools have been the battleground of fierce intellectual rivalries, with
rival schools of thought battling for supremacy.
My book Essays in AI looks at the future of traditional work and the upheaval about to hit the […]
By 2030, Keynes wrote, we should all be working 15 hours a week at full time wages (not […]
In 1930, the economist John Maynard Keynes predicted that technological change and productivity improvements would eventually lead to a 15-hour […]
Some thoughts on this late at night: 1. The Referencing System: Arguably the most pernicious aspect of modern […]
The video gaming industry has transitioned from a group of backyard innovators to an industry of multi-billion dollar […]
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.
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.