In writing about what I learned from COVID-19 earlier this week, I somehow forgot to note that I’ve been living without a (physical) library. When… Read More »What have I learned from COVID-19, part 3
art and science
The ABC last week reported that the Australian Government has an arts problem that starts with the word itself. The article’s title refers to both… Read More »How do we value participation in the arts?
When I checked my notes after writing my previous entry on the future demand for artists and humanists, I realised that I had also intended… Read More »Can the arts and humanities be the professions of the future, part 2
In the last week of Tech for Good, Jeffrey Sachs looks forward to a future in which humans’ mastery of the humanities gives them value… Read More »Can the arts and humanities be the professions of the future?
In writing about The Electronic Sweatshop earlier this week, I touched upon the prospect of professional work being replaced by automation together with systematisation and… Read More »On being replaced by technology, re-visited