Ernesto Oyarbide has a dual “Licenciatura” in Spanish Philology and Journalism from the University of Navarra (Spain). He is presently reading for a PhD in History at the University of Oxford. Ernesto’s work revolves around the history of diplomacy, the intersection of culture and politics and the ethics of the digital. He writes journalistic pieces on popular media and its connection to cosmopolitanism, identity and human relations.
In the Year 11945 No One Really Dies Without a Reason: On “NieR: Automata”
Why are we so fascinated right now with technological utopias predicated on the rise of artificial intelligence?...