Who Will Be the Members of Society 5.0? Towards an Anthropology of Technologically Posthumanized Future Societies

@article{Gladden2019WhoWB,
  title={Who Will Be the Members of Society 5.0? Towards an Anthropology of Technologically Posthumanized Future Societies},
  author={Matthew E. Gladden},
  journal={The Social Sciences},
  year={2019},
  volume={8},
  pages={148}
}
  • Matthew E. Gladden
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • The Social Sciences
  • The Government of Japan’s “Society 5.0” initiative aims to create a cyber-physical society in which (among other things) citizens’ daily lives will be enhanced through increasingly close collaboration with artificially intelligent systems. However, an apparent paradox lies at the heart of efforts to create a more “human-centered” society in which human beings will live alongside a proliferating array of increasingly autonomous social robots and embodied AI. This study seeks to investigate the… CONTINUE READING
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