This issue of Johnian explores artificial intelligence, digital technology and deep tech, and has an emphasis on the musical and visual arts.
Raspberry Pi Co-Founder Eben Upton discusses the hypothesis that started Raspberry Pi, increasing computer science access and what’s next on his list.
Jamie Bernardi is Co-Founder and AI Safety Lead at BlueDot Impact, where he works to educate people about the risks posed by advanced Artificial Intelligence systems.
Imogen Slater is an illustrator who has worked with Apple, Marie Claire, Tatler and The Independent. Here she talks about the impact of AI on the art world.
Senior Development Officer Will Romeu-Evans reflects on the Go Forward Give Back fundraising campaign which has now been running for nearly a decade.
Caroline Walerud is Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Volumental and AirForestry. In this article she explains how deep tech can solve everyday problems.
Wildlife film-maker Tom Mustill talks to the Johnian editor about the accident that began an obsession with whales and how AI might help us communicate with them.
Chiara Garofoli studied for an LLM at St John’s and went on to specialise in intellectual property law. Her article highlights the importance of internet law.
BBC Music Correspondent Mark Savage tells us about some of the famous faces he’s met and the music that means the most to him.
Colin Burrows is a film content and documentary producer. Here he gives a snapshot of his exciting career to date.