Since the turn of the century, technology has transformed the way we communicate and consume, how we work and fall in love and navigate the world. We are increasingly reliant on it—but few of us know anything about the science that is driving this technological change. Kurt Vonnegut famously said that to leave technology out of fiction is to misrepresent life. Here, six acclaimed graphic novelists present reports from the digital frontier. Exploring everything from artificial intelligence to virtual reality, I Feel Machine is by turns cautionary and celebratory, touching and terrifying. It challenges and confronts the digital world using the most technologically efficient machine ever invented: the book.
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About the Author
Krent Able is a London-based comics artist and illustrator. His work has appeared in The Guardian, the NME, and on VICE.com and BuzzFeed. Julian Hanshaw is the author of the graphic novels I’m Never Coming Back, The Art of Pho, and the LA Times Book Award-nominated Tim Ginger. He lives on the south coast of the UK.