Klara and the Sun: An intriguing lesson in humanity from the master

Kazuo Ishiguro examines human behaviour and its constraints through the lens of artificial intelligence

21st March, 2021
Klara and the Sun: An intriguing lesson in humanity from the master
Kazuo Ishiguro sells the more extraordinary elements of his story by perfecting the mundane details

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Klara and the Sun

By Kazuo Ishiguro

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