In this contribution to Bulletin 28, ISRF Director of Research Christopher Newfield uses his recent experience with an AI-powered translation app to think through the challenges facing the humanities.
In this contribution to Bulletin 28, Elizabeth Losh thinks through the implications of the Biden Administration’s proposed AI Bill of Rights.
In this contribution to Bulletin 28, former ISRF Fellow Gavin Weedon asks what the proliferation of breathing apps and fitness trackers tells us about time scarcity and embodied experience under late capitalism.
In this contribution to Bulletin 28, former ISRF Fellow Ilay Romain Ors reflects on her fieldwork experience on the Greek island of Leros through the concept of palimpsest.
A programme of events during the academic year 2023-24, to mark the centenary of the birth of the philosopher Richard Wollheim (1923-2003).
ISRF Flexi-Grant recipient Bridget Vincent delves into the arrival of AI-narrated audiobooks, shedding light on the profound ethical dilemmas they bring to the forefront.
ISRF Fellow Anna Molas takes a closer look at Spain’s prominent role in the international egg donation economy, shedding light on the realities of this procedure.
In July 2023, former ISRF Political Economy Fellow Dave Elder-Vass was awarded the Cheryl Frank Memorial Prize for his book Inventing Value: The Social Construction of Monetary Worth.