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November 2022   |   Volume 24 No. 1

Cover Story

Our Digital Selves

How lines are blurring between humans and technology

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming deeply embedded into the functioning of our daily lives, often for the better but also with unknown consequences. HKU scholars have been looking at these issues from multiple perspectives – revealing why it is urgently important to improve our ability to communicate with AI; the potential impact on concepts of the self from digitisation; the positive impact on health from AI; how our physical interaction with technology influences our behaviour; and how the art world is producing accessible works that expose and poke fun at the digitisation of our lives.

AI and the Language Barrier

The ‘Digitalised Self’

Press for Success

Reading Our Bodies

Art for Our Sake