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Interview at UXPod with Gerry Gaffney

Posted by on Jul 28, 2018 in Press | 0 comments

Gerry Gaffney over at UXPod interviewed me about Robots, AI and Ethics. The transcript is available on his web page. Listen to our conversation below.

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Interview with Jesse Mulligan on Radio NZ

Posted by on Jul 27, 2018 in Press | 0 comments

Jesse Mulligan interviewed me on our study Robots and Racism. It is good to see this topic is gaining some traction in the media.

 

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Interview with Radio ABC about Robots and Racism

Posted by on Jul 20, 2018 in Press | 0 comments

Damien Carrick from ABC’s National Radio Show interviewed me about our Robots and Racism study. You can listen to the whole interview:

 

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Are you also a Truman?

Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Press | 0 comments

Don Rowe wrote an excellent article about Jürgen’s and my work and ask the question, are you also just a Truman? Valid and important point. Have a read of the full article.

Talking to a robot.

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Media Coverage on Fake Nuclear Physics Paper

Posted by on Oct 24, 2016 in Press, Research | 0 comments

The media has reported extensively on my little nuclear physics paper. Here is a short overview:

I have also completed and interview with Geoff Hutchison from ABC Radio Perth:

Radio CBC:

Jesse Mulligan on Radio New Zealand:

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Radio NZ Interview on LEGO violence

Posted by on May 21, 2016 in Press, Research | 0 comments

Wallace Chapman interviewed me about our study “Have LEGO products become more violent?” on Radio New Zealand. Wallace certainly did his research since he also discovered my LEGO Unikitty. You can listen to the broadcast right here:

In the meantime, Huw Millington over at Brickset reported on his website about the study, which sparked a vivid discussion. One of the main discussion points seem again the question whether the increased violence in toys also make children more violent. We explicitly excluded this question from out study, but it seems that this is one of the main question that is on everybody’s mind. I also noticed that many blame the increase of violence in LEGO to licensed themes, such as Star Wars.

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