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The science is in, the debates are over: we face a true climate emergency, and we must set out immediately on a path of dramatic global carbon emissions reductions. We must do so, moreover, despite all the other emergencies now competing for our attention. Further delay will only condemn us to a narrowing future in which worsening impacts fade towards critical tipping points.

Philip Lee Reflections on digital technologies and artificial intelligence, their potential to change the nature of being human, and the unintended consequences of a Promethean quest for scientific knowledge. In his book Irish Nocturnes, philosopher and poet Chris Arthur observes the unease with which human...