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Adam talks with British writer Kazuo Ishiguro (Remains Of the Day, Never Let Me Go, The Buried Giant, Klara and the Sun) about sci-fi, artificial intelligence, the nature of emotions and whether an AI Rosie would be as good as the real thing.
Recorded remotely on 7th December, 2020
Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and Matt Lamont for conversation editing.
Podcast artwork by Helen Green
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THE REMAINS OF THE DAY - DELETED SCENE (YOUTUBE)
THE BURIED GIANT (INTERVIEW AND Q&A) - 2015 (YOUTUBE)
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