From pen and paper to Artificial Intelligence: A history of network science

Title: From pen and paper to Artificial Intelligence: A history of network science. Dr. Burgert Senekal, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 43 (2022), number 7: 1 Abstract Network science usually traces its roots to the 1700s, but it was mostly developed during the twentieth century, with a marked explosion during the past two… Continue reading From pen and paper to Artificial Intelligence: A history of network science

Killer robots, humanoid companions, and super-intelligent machines: The anthropomorphism of AI in South African news articles

Title: Killer robots, humanoid companions, and super-intelligent machines: The anthropomorphism of AI in South African news articles Author: Dr. Susan Brokensha and dr. Thinus Conradie, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 42 (2021), number 6: 3 Abstract How artificial intelligence (AI) is framed in news articles is significant as framing influences society’s perception and… Continue reading Killer robots, humanoid companions, and super-intelligent machines: The anthropomorphism of AI in South African news articles

Friend or foe? How online news outlets in South Africa frame artificial intelligence

Title: Friend or foe? How online news outlets in South Africa frame artificial intelligence Author: Susan Brokensha, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 41 (2020), number 7: 2 Abstract The influence that the media have in shaping public opinion about artificial intelligence (AI) cannot be overestimated, since the various frames they employ to depict… Continue reading Friend or foe? How online news outlets in South Africa frame artificial intelligence