“It won’t happen to me!” — The ethics behind Tesla’s AutoPilot

  • Jean-Paul Sartre (Nobel Prize, 1964) — noted philosopher and existentialist;
  • Albert Camus (Nobel Prize, 1957) — noted author existentialist;
  • Antonio Gramsci — noted philosopher, imprisoned for 20 years for resisting Mussolini, died in jail after 11 years;
  • Yuiko Mishima — noted author and activist,
  • Kōbō Abe — from destitute poverty to paving the way for the first Japanese to win the Nobel prize for literature;
  • Kenzaburō Ōe (Nobel Prize, 1994) — first Japanese to win the Nobel prize for literature.
  • Ernest Hemmingway (Nobel Prize, 1954) — hugely influential American author, journalist and sportsman
  • John Steinbeck (Nobel Prize 1962) — giant of American letters

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Dr. Adam Hart

Dr. Adam Hart

phd epistemology | 30 years corptech