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Arts Digital Lab Seminar: From robot quadrupeds to drone swarms: using digital methods to analyse debates on lethal autonomous weapons

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From robot quadrupeds to drone swarms: using digital methods to analyse debates on lethal autonomous weapons Dr Geoff Ford, Digital Humanities / Political Science and International Relations Associate Professor Jeremy…

National Digital Forum 2019 presentation: Human ethics challenges in digital community story-telling

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The talk that Jennifer Middendorf and Samuel Hope presented at the National Digital Forum in Wellington in November, titled “Human ethics challenges in digital community story-telling”, is now available to…

Narrative Systems and Simulated Storyworlds

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What new forms of storytelling are possible when we use computers to generate and curate narratives? From the strict causal logic of plots and conflict models and the dreamlike free-association…

From Popper to Ruby Jones: image copyrights in the age of Wikipedia

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Do you need permission to film a mural? Who owns the copyright for Popper’s passport photo? How do you get a photo into Wikipedia? Is museum taxidermy art, and can…