Published in: TransformationFor automation to benefit society it must serve human beings—not replace them
Advances in artificial intelligence call us to revisit basic questions about work, love and human purpose.
The licence fee is a fetter on the BBC
The creative and journalistic ambitions of the BBC are held back by its dogmatic commitment to an ineffective and...
OurBeeb forum session 3: pluralism, news and current affairs
The third session of the OurBeeb forum at King’s College London saw Iain Overton, Tom Mills, Natalie Fenton and...
OurBeeb forum session 2: accountability and the Savile scandal
The second session of OurBeeb’s day-forum at King’s College London asked Gerald Kaufman, Dan Hind and Anthony...
OurBeeb forum session 1: funding and the licence fee
On 31 October 2012, OurBeeb held a day-forum at King’s College London to discuss the future of the BBC. Full audio...
OurBeeb forum session 4: creativity, culture and digital public space
The final session of OurBeeb’s day-forum invited Brian Eno, Tony Ageh, Kamila Shamsie and Bill Thompson to outline...