Richard Yonck writes extensively about emerging technologies and the many issues we’ll face in tomorrow’s world. The former computing and AI contributing editor for The Futurist magazine, Richard has written hundreds of feature articles, cover stories and posts for a wide range of publications and websites. His best-selling books explore the developing world of artificial intelligence and what it will mean for our world in the near and distant futures. Richard frequently writes about many of the anticipated advances in artificial intelligence, which has also been the focus of his books. He also covers issues around ethics, automation and the workforce, space exploration, big data, surveillance and cybercrime.
Selected Articles, Papers and Interviews
The Curse of Neural Toxicity
The Future of Artificial Emotional Awareness
Finding Our Path to a Smarter World
A Robot May Be Training to Do Your Job. Don’t Panic.
New York Times
The Dawn of the Space Mining Age
“Optocapacitance” Shines New Light on the Brain
Facing Up to Online Murder and Other Cybercrimes
Is All the Universe From Nothing?
The Emotional Machine and You
Connecting with Our Connected World
Are You Smarter Than a Sixth-Generation Computer?
Toward a Standard Metric of Machine Intelligence
World Future Review
The Hacking of Human 2.0
Treading in the Sea of Data
Can Machines Be Intelligent?
Challenges & Opportunities in Space Medicine
The Age of the Interface
Interview with Vernor Vinge
The Future of Advertising
Interview with Ian Pearson
Holographic Motion Picture Systems