Rahul - Year 12 Student Editor’s note: Year 12 student Rahul writes here in response to the fascinating philosophy question set for the New College of the Humanities essay competition, 2021. 'Should robots have rights?' - what do you think? CPD “Man is a robot with defects.” 1 Emil Cioran (The Trouble With Being Born) From behind pristine glass … Continue reading Should robots have rights?
Michal - Year 12 Student Editor’s Note: Year 12 student Michal writes here for the GSAL Science Magazine on the fascinating topic of robot rights. As Michal notes, "[a]rtificial intelligence raises serious questions about philosophical boundaries. While we may ask if sentient robots are conscious or deserving of rights, it forces us to pose basic questions like ‘What … Continue reading Robot Rights – an impossibility or an inevitability?
Jake - Year 12 Student Editor's Note: Talented Year 12 mathematician Jake writes here on the complex topic of computational integration. This essay was entered into the Teddy Rocks Maths Competition organised by St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; you can view Jake's essay published on the website here. CPD Introduction Let me preface by exploring why … Continue reading Computational Integration – How do we integrate?
Matthew Abel - Year 10 Student Matthew Abel (Year 10) writes on the theme of 'Security', in response to the recent One Word essay writing competition advertised in The GSAL Journal. Matthew's chosen topic is the cryptanalysis of the famous Enigma ciphering machine that proved to be so critical in the outcome of World War … Continue reading The Cryptanalysis of Enigma