Oscar Schwartz is a freelance writer and researcher based in New York City. He is interested in how technology interacts with identity formation.
Previously, he was a doctoral researcher at Monash University, where he earned a PhD for a thesis unconvering the history of machines that write literature.
Currently, he is writing a book about what it feels like to be replaced by machines as workers, carers, companions, decision-makers, or as a species (forthcoming from Scribe, 2019).
Oscar also writes poetry and his first collection was called The Honeymoon Stage.
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