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  • The Myth Gapby Alex Evans

    Transworld 2017; US$ 14.09

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  • Moral Machinesby Wendell Wallach; Colin Allen

    Oxford University Press 2008; US$ 12.99 US$ 11.17

    Moral Machines explores the development of computers and robots capable of making moral decisions. Why do we need them? Do we want computers and robots making moral decisions? And if we do, how can we make ethics computable? The challenge of building moral machines forces one to think deeply about how humans make moral decisions. more...

  • The Race to the Intelligent Stateby Michael Connors

    Wiley 1996; US$ 39.95 US$ 27.97

    Infostructure change is technology-driven, inevitable, somewhat predictable and, on the whole, beneficial. But it will also be much more disruptive than we realise and it will change the World Order. more...

  • Reconnecting Culture, Technology and Natureby Mike Michael

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 61.95

    In this exciting new book, Mike Michael uses case studies of mundane technologies such as the walking boot, the car and the TV remote control to question some of the fundamental dichotomies through which we make sense of the world. Drawing on the insights of Bruno Latour, Donna Haraway and Michel Serres, the author elaborates an innovative methodology... more...

  • Prosthetic Cultureby Celia Lury

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 67.95

    In a fascinating account of how technology is altering our consciousness, Celia Lury shows how the manipulation of photographic images and ways of seeing can so redefine the relation between consciousness, the body and memory as to create a 'prosthetic culture' whose capacities both extend and threaten our humanity. We live in a society in which some... more...

  • Constructing Risk and Safety in Technological Practiceby Boel Berner; Jane Summerton

    Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 54.95

    Modern technological systems entail risks and uncertainties of hitherto unknown dimensions. This book discusses the construction of risk and safety within a variety of empirical contexts where technologies and their risk are debated and handled by individuals, groups or organizations. With contributions from leading scholars from Europe and the USA,... more...

  • Technology and Financeby Morten Balling; Frank Lierman; Andy Mullineux

    Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 54.95

    Technology and Finance analyses the dramatic implications of technology for today's financial sector, for productivity growth and for monetary policy. A wide range of financial market activities are now technology driven; technology is also crucial in retail, private and corporate banking, and it has lowered entry barriers to the sector. New participants... more...

  • Where Stuff Comes Fromby Harvey Molotch

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 49.95

    Molotch takes us on a fascinating exploration into the worlds of technology, design, corporate and popular culture. We now see how corporations, designers, retailers, advertisers, and other middle-men influence what a thing can be and how it is made. We see the way goods link into ordinary life as well as vast systems of consumption, economic and political... more...

  • Heidegger and Marcuseby Andrew Feenberg

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 41.95

    First published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...

  • SAFEby Martha Baer; Katrina Heron; Oliver Morton; Evan Ratliff

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 17.99

    If our society is the most technologically sophisticated on Earth, then why can't we protect ourselves from terrorists and other threats to our safety and security? This is the question that frustrates?and scares?all of us today, and the answers have proved maddeningly elusive. Until now. Through dramatic, enlightening, and often entertaining narratives,... more...