Joelle Renstrom has written about robots and artificial intelligence for the Slate, New Scientist, Aeon, Undark, Popular Science, and other publications. She gave a TEDx talk in 2017 about how science fiction can help save the world and her work has been featured in pieces published by Boston University, Boston Globe, and NPR. Business Insider touted her as someone to whom others should listen about the future. She teaches writing and research at Boston University.
“Conferences on Gaming and Sex Robots Cancelled After Protests Over Steve Bannon Keynote” Undark
“Looking for Alien Life? Seek Out Alien Tech” Wired
“What Would it Mean for Humans to Become Data?” Slate
“What Does Consent Mean If One of You is a Robot?” Daily Beast
“Artificial Intelligence, Real Emotion?” Slate
TEDx talk: “Science Fiction: Teaching Students How to Save the World”