In a sceptical exploration of the impact of the visual media from photography to virtual reality the author discounts the new idea of visual technologies displacing the real. He demonstrates that we are not the image and that the world is still real.
The Dawn of the Postliterate Age: Information Technology, Cybernetics, and Artificial Intelligence May Render Written Language "Functionally Obsolete" by 2050 Tucker, Patrick.
The Futurist, Vol. 43, No. 6, November-December 2009
Seeing Is Believing: Within the Financial Services Sector, New VisualCommunication Technologies Are Becoming an Important Vehicle for Coping with the Human Capital Aspect of Compliance and Evolving Regulatory Change Luff, David.
Journal of Banking and Financial Services, Vol. 119, No. 1, February-March 2005
Why A.I's Science Is Absolute Fiction; Steven Spielberg's Latest Epic A.I Opens in Britain Tomorrow. Based on the Idea That It Will One Day Be Possible to Programme a Robot to Love People, Its Reviews in the United States Have Been - to Say the Least - Mixed. but How Likely Is It Ever to Be Possible? Science Correspondent Geraint Smith Asks Kevin Warwick, the Professor of Cybernetics Famous for Becoming the World's First Cyborg Smith, Geraint.
The Evening Standard (London, England), September 20, 2001