Ka·zu·o [kah-zoo-oh, kaz-oo-oh], /ˈkɑ zuˌoʊ, ˈkæz uˌoʊ/, born 1954, English novelist, born in Japan.
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Technological unemployment, the progress of artificial intelligence, inequality, the safety and ethics of gene editing, increasing loneliness and isolation—all of which we’re grappling with today—show up in Ishiguro’s world.In ‘Klara and the Sun,’ We Glimpse an Eerie Future Through the Eyes of a Robot | Vanessa Bates Ramirez | March 24, 2021 | Singularity Hub
Ishiguro’s novel is a snapshot of one of our possible futures, told through the eyes of a robot who keeps you rooting for her to the end.In ‘Klara and the Sun,’ We Glimpse an Eerie Future Through the Eyes of a Robot | Vanessa Bates Ramirez | March 24, 2021 | Singularity Hub
Then you have someone like Bob Dylan, one of Ishiguro’s heroes, who is constantly reinventing himself and trying out new things.
Ishiguro wanted to create a book for 5 or 6-year-olds with bright illustrations and a simple narrative.
Kathy in Never Let Me Go, Ishiguro’s 2005 dystopian novel about clones who exist to donate organs to others, is coming to terms with all that she has lost.
British Dictionary definitions for Ishiguro
Kazuo (kætˈzuːəʊ). born 1954, British novelist, born in Japan. His novels include An Artist of the Floating World (1986), the Booker-prizewinning The Remains of the Day (1989), and Never Let Me Go (2005)
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