Publications

Books

Cave, S., Dihal, K. & Dillon, S., ed. (March 2020) AI Narratives: A History of Imaginative Thinking about Intelligent Machines. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dihal, K., ed. (2019) Perspectives on Evil: From Banality to Genocide. Leiden: Brill.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Dihal, K. (March 2020) Enslaved Minds: Fictional Artificial Intelligence Uprisings. In AI Narratives: A History of Imaginative Thinking about Intelligent Machines, ed. Cave, S., Dihal, K., & Dillon, S. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cave, S., & Dihal, K. (2020) Why Are Robots White? (under review).

Dihal, K. Rudy Rucker. In Frana, P. & Klein, M., ed. (2020) Encyclopedia of AI. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO (chapter submitted).

Cave, S., Dihal, K. & Dillon, S. Imagining AI. In Cave, S., Dihal, K. & Dillon, S., ed. (2020) AI Narratives: A History of Imaginative Thinking about Intelligent Machines. Oxford: Oxford University Press (in print).

Cave, S., & Dihal, K. (2020) AI Will Always Love You, in Minding the Future: Contemporary Issues in Artificial Intelligence, ed. Dainton, B., Slocombe, W., & Tanyi, A. New York: Springer (chapter submitted).

Cave, S., Coughlan, K., and Dihal, K. (2019) “Scary Robots”: Examining Public Responses to AI. Proceedings of the 2019 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society: 331-337. https://doi.org/10.1145/3306618.3314232

Dihal, K. (2019) New Science, New Stories: Quantum Physics as a Narrative Trope in Contemporary Fiction. In Representations of Science in Twenty-First-Century Fiction: Human and Temporal Connectivities, eds. Engelhardt, N. & Hoydis, J. London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-19490-1

Cave, S. & Dihal, K. (2019) Hopes and fears for intelligent machines in fiction and reality. Nature Machine Intelligence 1(2): 74-78.

Cave, S. & Dihal, K. (2018) Ancient dreams of intelligent machines: 3,000 years of robots. Nature 559(7715): 473-475. https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-018-05773-y. [This essay was covered in Fortune.]

Dihal, K. (2017) The State of the Unions in Literature and Science: On Science Fiction As a Separate Field. Journal of Literature and Science 10(1): 32-36. https://doi.org/10.12929/jls.10.1.07

Dihal, K. (2014) ”They Don’t Have a Name for What He Is:” Hannibal Lecter’s Popularity Explained from a Feminist and a Marxist Perspective. In Bone, K. L., & Greig, R. (eds.), I Want To Do Bad Things: Modern Interpretations of Evil. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 135-144.

Peer-Reviewed Reports

Whittlestone, J., Nyrup, R., Alexandrova, A., Dihal, K. & Cave, S. (2019) Ethical and Societal Implications of Algorithms, Data, and Artificial Intelligence: A Roadmap for Research. The Nuffield Foundation.

Craig, C., Cave, S., Dihal, K., Dillon, S., Montgomery, J., Singler, B., & Taylor, L. (2018) Portrayals and Perceptions of AI and why they matter. The Royal Society.