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Humour is Fundamental to our Success as a Species
Date:6/13/2008

s and will have implications on the development of language. It will lead to a clarification of whether other animals have a sense of humour, and has an important role to play in the production of artificial intelligence beings that will feel less robotic thanks to a sense of humour."

Notes to editors

Published on 16 June by Pyrrhic House. The full-length book, Humour, will be published October 2008.

Alastair Clarke is available for interview.

For more information: Nicola Hern E:nicola@pyrrhichouse.co.uk T: +44(0)7980-098652 W: http://www.pyrrhichose.co.uk


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