Arthur C. Clarke

Books by Arthur C. Clarke

Sir Arthur Charles Clarke (16 December 1917 – 19 March 2008) was an English science fiction writer. He co-wrote the screenplay of his book 2001: A Space Odyssey, which is said to be one of the most influential films of all time.

In 1986 Arthur C Clarke provided a grant to fund the Arthur C. Clarke Award for the best science fiction novel published in the United Kingdom in the previous year.

Interviews where books by Arthur C. Clarke were recommended

The Best Books by Arthur C. Clarke, recommended by Paul March-Russell

Arthur C. Clarke is one of the biggest names in science fiction, epitomizing an era of space exploration and scientific optimism. Paul March-Russell, co-editor of the essay collection Rendezvous with Arthur C. Clarke, talks us through his work and argues that Clarke should be remembered for the nuances of his writing and his humility about man’s place in the awe-inspiring cosmos.

Ethics for Artificial Intelligence Books, recommended by Paula Boddington

Advances in artificial intelligence pose a myriad of ethical questions, but the most incisive thinking on this subject says more about humans than it does about machines, says Paula Boddington, philosopher and author of a recent AI ethics textbook. We first spoke to Paula in 2017—a long time ago in a fast-moving field. This week we caught up with her to find out what’s happened since then and which new books have taken the conversation over ethics and AI further.

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