When I face things I don't understand, I happen to sign up for a seminar. Technology, for example, and robots I want to understand more about. For every single day, I relate to technology, without knowing anything about it or thinking about it. And what about the future, as I grow old? Should I be cared for by a robot? Can my son, who might then live in China, talk to me through a robot and I give the robot a hug, and it's as if I'm hugging my son because I imagine the robot is him? And afterwards, the robot can be another, if I will. My daughter. Or a lover, maybe? Is that how it should be? Or already, in the form of trials?
For 24 years, the Norwegian Critics' Association has arranged seminars for critics, authors and other interested parties as part of the Norwegian Literature Festival. . .
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