I am currently an MPhil candidate at the Royal College of Art in London, investigating The Future of Captology – computers as persuasive technologies.
My research concerns the future of Captology – computers as persuasive technologies.
The border between biology and technology is getting increasingly blurred, as humanity approaches some form of technological singularity. In the light of rapidly accelerating technological development and vastly more invasive computing products, the power to shape human thoughts and minds is now in the hands (chips?) of technology to a larger extent than ever before.
How will computerized persuasion change when human minds become indistinguishable from artificial minds?