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Kazuo Ishiguro: 'AI, gene-editing, big data ... I worry we are not in control of these things any more'

16 mins | Mar 14, 2021
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The Nobel-winning author on life after death — and his new novel about an ‘artificial friend’. Talking to Lisa Allardice in the run-up to the release of "Klara and the Sun", his first work since having won the Nobel prize for literature in 2017, the British author Kazuo Ishiguro reflects on his mother's influence on his writing and explains why he is concerned about some of the scientific and technological breakthroughs of our age.
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