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Imaginary Papers: Issue 11
Lafayette Cruise, Azucena Castro & Joey Eschrich
Sympathy, by Suyi Davies Okungbowa
A story by Suyi Davies Okungbowa about children, robots, and bureaucracy.
University, Speaking, by Phoebe Wagner
A story by Phoebe Wagner about reimagining universities as radically open to their communities, and better attuned to addressing local challenges.
Becoming Birch, by Carter Meland
A story by Carter Meland about rock music, unexpected connections, and northern Minnesota forests.
Imaginary Papers: Issue 10
Pippa Goldschmidt, Paul Cockburn & Joey Eschrich
The Applied Sci-Fi Project
The Applied Sci-Fi Project, made possible by support from the Sloan Foundation, is an event series and research project that brings together science fiction writers, futurists, scholars, and technologists to
Ubiquitous Collaborative Support (UbiCoS)
A novel multi-platform approach to scaffolding math learning and encouraging student collaboration.
Imagination project helps student veterans see their future more clearly
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Imaginary Papers: Issue 9
Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay, Bob Beard & Joey Eschrich
Annual Report 2020/21
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Kamila is the apple of her parents’ eye: a brilliant student with a quick wit who wanted to change the world with science and technology. She had a future —
The Taliban has re-taken Afghanistan. When Marcel chooses to let her disabled brother leave the country ahead of her, she has no idea if she will ever see her family
Andre left his country after University when one of his film projects was banned by the government and they persecuted and threatened to jail him. He returned secretly to save
Carlos is just like any other young man in his twenties: he wants a chance to make his own way in the world, and define himself on his own terms.
Gladys loved her life on the farm: the big open skies, the stars, the chance to see wildlife before it disappeared. And she loved raising her children there, even though
Stay in the Airplane Notes & Resources
Stay in the AirplaneIn this season finale BDJ talks with guests about the shortcomings of AI, the perils of deploying it too early, and what gives them hope for the future
Not Your Typical AI Notes & Resources
Not Your Typical AIIn this episode, Brian David Johnson talks with guests about their favorite AI’s and non-typical AI’s. Guests: Laura Moy (@lauramoy) Rashida Richardson https://www.rashidarichardson.com Tim Fernholz (@TimFernholz_ Alida
Dark Possibilities and Grim Realities Notes & Resources
Dark Possibilities and Grim RealitiesIn this episode, Brian David Johnson talks with guests about the future of AI and what we should be optimizing for. Douglas Rushkoff is an author