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History as a giant data set: how analysing the past could help save the future | Technology | The Guardian
Calculating the patterns and cycles of the past could lead us to a better understanding of history. Could it also help us prevent a looming crisis? By In its first issue of 2010, the scientific journal Nature looked forward to a dazzling decade of progress.
big  data  history  information  knowledge  mathematics  maths  meaning  module  prediction  science  theory  stream 
4 days ago
The Psychology of Paranoid Irony | transmediale
Beginning with the figure of Roko’s Basilisk, a hypothetical vengeful future AI that emerged in online forums, Ana Teixeira Pinto launches her analysis of the psychological state engendered by online interaction that has led to a seemingly paradoxical set of views: totally paranoid yet ironically
additivism  alt-right  community  fascism  internet  iron  memes  politics  roko’s  basilisk  stream 
6 days ago
Quanta Magazine
In 2007, Kenneth Stanley, a computer scientist at the University of Central Florida, was playing with Picbreeder, a website he and his students had created, when an alien became a race car and changed his life.
ai  brain  error  evolution  machine  intelligence  learning  mind  module  neural  networks  stream 
8 days ago
The Mystery of S., the Man with an Impossible Memory | The New Yorker
On an April afternoon in 1929, a timid-looking man with a broad face appeared at Moscow’s Academy of Communist Education and asked to see a memory specialist. The man, who would become known in the psychological literature as S.
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9 days ago
A Theory-Fiction Reading List – The Wasted World
What even is theory-fiction? In short, it is the intersection of theory and fiction, and also the “dissolution of the opposition itself” (Fisher 1999, p 156).
fiction  reading  list  syllabus  theory  theory-fiction 
10 days ago
The Intellectual We Deserve | Current Affairs
If you want to appear very profound and convince people to take you seriously, but have nothing of value to say, there is a tried and tested method. First, take some extremely obvious platitude or truism. Make sure it actually does contain some insight, though it can be rather vague.
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10 days ago
The First Terminator Movie Gave Sarah Connor One of the Most Compelling Origin Stories | Tor.com
If you’re excited to see Terminator: Dark Fate this week, chances are you’ve seen the first two films starring Sarah Connor. And chances are, when given a say, you prefer to watch T2: Judgement Day over its progenitor. Which is a shame, really.
sarah  connor  terminator  stream 
16 days ago
Feminist Voices in Technology
Abbate, J. (2017) Recoding Gender: women's changing participation in computing. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Atkinson, P. (2011) Computer. London: Reaktion Books. Balsamo, A. (1999). Technologies of the gendered body: Reading Cyborg Women. Durham: Duke University Bridle, J.
cyberfeminism  feminism  syllabus 
21 days ago
If true, this could be one of the greatest discoveries in human history - U.S. News - Haaretz.com
“I don’t care what people say,” asserts Avi Loeb, chairman of Harvard University’s astronomy department and author of one of the most controversial articles in the realm of science last year (and also one of the most popular in the general media).
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4 weeks ago
Children of the Wicker Man | Evan Millar and John Semley
In his Commentaries on the Gallic War, circa 58-50 BC, Julius Caesar reported, in third person, on his conquest of the German and Celtic tribes that unsuccessfully resisted the advances of his invading Roman legions.
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4 weeks ago
Science Fiction and Posthumanism – Critical Posthumanism Network
Donna Haraway famously pronounced, “the boundary between science fiction and social reality is an optical illusion” in her influential A Cyborg Manifesto.
posthumanism  sci-fi  stream 
4 weeks ago
Hasta la vista, Arnie: Sarah Connor is the Terminator's true cultural icon | Film | The Guardian
It is 35 years since Sarah Connor and the Terminator’s eyes first met across a dark 80s nightclub, shortly followed by his red laser sight meeting her forehead.
sarah  connor  terminator  stream 
4 weeks ago
Games blamed for moral decline and addiction throughout history
Video games are often blamed for unemployment, violence in society and addiction – including by partisan politicians raising moral concerns. Blaming video games for social or moral decline might feel like something new.
chess  games  go  history  play  videogames  stream 
4 weeks ago
The Wandering Earth: A Reflection of the Chinese New Right | Chuang
In recent years, right-wing discourse has become more and more common on the Chinese internet, particularly among young people.
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7 weeks ago
Why White Supremacists Are Hooked on Green Living | The New Republic
On Saturdays, Sarah Dye and her husband, Douglas Mackey, sell seasonal vegetables and eggs at a farmers’ market in Bloomington, Indiana. Sarah stands behind a stall piled high with heirloom tomatoes, basil, okra, and acorn squash.
additivism  ecofascism  ecology  environment  fascism  green  racism  usa  white  supremecy  stream 
7 weeks ago
Towards a Viable Planetarity: The Terraforming Reading List — Strelka Mag
Applications for the new program directed by design theorist Benjamin Bratton are being accepted until October 31. Find out more about The Terraforming here. Benjamin Bratton’s latest book lays the groundwork for the upcoming research project at Strelka Institute.
additivism  geoengineering  syllabus  terraforming 
7 weeks ago
We Get The Daddies We Deserve | MEL Magazine
Greetings and welcome to Bro Bibles, a series in which I ruin my summer by reading the books your worst ex-boyfriend holds dear to his heart.
jordan  peterson  stream 
8 weeks ago
Thinking Like A Parrot: How Do Parrots View The World?
After we clambered down from the trees ourselves, people have kept (and sometimes bred) parrots as pets, for ceremonial purposes and to advertize their personal wealth or power to their fellow humans for more than three thousand years (more here).
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8 weeks ago
Collecting in the Age of Digital Reproduction - Casey REAS - Medium
In the art market, almost everything sold is an object such as a drawing, a painting, a sculpture, an installation, or a photograph, but there are some exceptions. These deviations may include a contract, a set of instructions, a digital video file, or a software file.
aesthetics  archive  archivisation  collecting  collection  digital  hoarding  materiality  memory  stream 
9 weeks ago
Game Studies - A Practiced Practice: Speedrunning Through Space With de Certeau and Virilio
This paper discusses the emergent gameplay practice known as speedrunning, or the process of completing a game as quickly as possible without the use of cheats or cheat devices, and its relation to games as narrative spaces.
play  speedrunning  time  videogames  stream 
9 weeks ago
I am not always very attached to being alive | The Outline
I wish there was a nicer way to say this, but I don’t always want to be alive.
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9 weeks ago
We Need Courage, Not Hope, to Face Climate Change - The On Being Project
As a climate scientist, I am often asked to talk about hope. Particularly in the current political climate, audiences want to be told that everything will be all right in the end.
additivism  climate  change  environment  stream 
9 weeks ago
Hong Kong winner of John W. Campbell sci-fi award stands by ‘fascist’ comments as new name for accolade is considered | South China Morning Post
Hong Kong science fiction author Jeannette Ng became the city’s first to receive the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer last Sunday in Dublin, Ireland, but not without calling out the influential sci-fi writer whom the award is named after as a fascist. “John W.
fascism  john  w  campbell  politics  sci-fi  the  thing  stream 
9 weeks ago
Linda Hamilton Fled Hollywood, but ‘Terminator’ Still Found Her - The New York Times
NEW ORLEANS — Linda Hamilton laughs the way Courtney Love sings, with great raspy bravado. It would be an intimidating laugh if it didn’t come easily, and if it weren’t so often offered at her own expense.
film  interview  movies  sarah  connor  terminator  stream 
10 weeks ago
The Book of Prince | The New Yorker
On January 29, 2016, Prince summoned me to his home, Paisley Park, to tell me about a book he wanted to write. He was looking for a collaborator. Paisley Park is in Chanhassen, Minnesota, about forty minutes southwest of Minneapolis. Prince treasured the privacy it afforded him.
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10 weeks ago
The music of all time is a duet between order and disorder | Aeon Essays
The Buddhist monks from Namgyal monastery in India engage in a ritual that involves the creation of intricate patterns of coloured sand, known as mandalas.
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10 weeks ago
Links and Resources for Fantasy and Science Fiction Writers | The World Remains Mysterious
Useful Resources for F&SF Writers: Awards Posts for F&SF Writers Book Recommendations for F&SF Writers: Craft Essays for F&SF Writers Career-focused Essays for F&SF Writers Story Prompts for F&SF Writers #sfwapro
fantasy  resources  sci-fi  syllabus  tools  writing 
10 weeks ago
Worlds || Fall 2019 - Ahmed Ansari - Medium
This 7 week studio mini will deal with designing at the intersection of three things: developing rich worlds, i.e. experiences and narratives, understanding how different mediums work and what they do, and understanding how genres work in terms of conventions around content and form.
additivism  diversity  figuration  reading  sci-fi  syllabus  world  building 
12 weeks ago
introducing Media Art — jonCates (2019) - jonCates - Medium
jonCatesAug 21 · 7 min readover the last 15 years of my full-time teaching, i’ve collected, compiled, and processed a number of different ways and approaches for introducing students to Media Art in terms of the aestheticonceptechniques and the theorypractices.
art  jon  cates  media  syllabus  teaching 
12 weeks ago
MONSTROUS THOUGHTS: Philosopher Eugene Thacker on the “New Golden Age of Horror” - 032c
When René Descartes, sitting in his armchair in Leiden in 1641, invites his readers to meditate alongside him, you get the sense he could do with the company.
additivism  additivist  anthropocene  digital  media  eugene  thacker  horror  monsters  test  test2  stream 
12 weeks ago
Press can compare parrots to psychopaths, regulator rules | Media | The Guardian
British newspapers can legitimately mock parrots and compare them to psychopaths, the press regulator has ruled, after an unsuccessful complaint that the Daily Star misrepresented the emotions of a pet bird.
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12 weeks ago
Opinion | Good for Google, Bad for America - The New York Times
At its core, artificial intelligence is a military technology. Why is the company sharing it with a rival? Mr. Thiel is an entrepreneur and investor.
ai  algorithms  big  data  deep  dream  mind  go  google  machine  learning  neural  networks  politics  usa  stream 
12 weeks ago
In Praise of Samuel R. Delany - The New York Times
The author of “Dhalgren” and dozens of other books “gives readers fiction that reflects and explores the social truths of our world,” the novelist Jordy Rosenberg writes. So reflects the nameless character, known only as “the Kid,” as he wanders an apocalyptic America in Samuel R.
samuel  delany  sci-fi  stream 
12 weeks ago
The Downward Spiral: The Chimera Manifesto | Spike Art Magazine
This website uses cookies to help us give you the best experience when you visit our website. By continuing to use this website, you consent to our use of these cookies. Bacchanal with Minotaur from the Vollard Suite, Pablo Picasso, 1933, published 1939, 34.
additivism  chimera  hybrids  manifesto  stream 
12 weeks ago
What is Called Thinking in the Anthropocene? — The Revealer
This is a piece about failures. My failures, mostly, as a thinker and a scholar, but also the failure of my field and the failure of all of us to think what will come in the next ten, twenty, thirty, hundred years.
additivism  anthropocene  deep  time  environment  geology  human  stream 
12 weeks ago
An Archaeologist Writes against the Anthropocene | Open Rivers Journal
Much of what archaeologists do is study how humans adapt to the environment. After Gordon Willey’s (1953) groundbreaking investigation into the entire history of occupation of a small valley in Peru, understanding how humans lived in and modified their environment became commonplace.
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12 weeks ago
The Arrogance of the Anthropocene - The Atlantic
On geological timescales, human civilization is an event, not an epoch. Humans are now living in a new geological epoch of our own making: the Anthropocene. Or so we’re told.
additivism  anthropocene  apocalypse  deep  time  environment  evolution  extinction  geology  human  posthumanism  reading  group  stream 
august 2019
The Great Silence - Issue 75: Story - Nautilus
The humans use Arecibo to look for extraterrestrial intelligence. Their desire to make a connection is so strong that they’ve created an ear capable of hearing across the universe. But I and my fellow parrots are right here. Why aren’t they interested in listening to our voices?
additivism  aliens  communication  language  parrots  short  story  silence  ted  chiang  stream 
august 2019
A New Clue to the Origins of Life - The Atlantic
When Caitlin Cornell looked down her microscope, she saw large bright spots against a black background. They resembled miniature suns, blazing against the backdrop of space.
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august 2019
The Abolition Of Man (No, Really) | The American Conservative
My libertarian friend Conor Friedersdorf has stared into the abyss, and has been jolted by what stared back. He writes about it in a must-read essay with the deceptively anodyne title “The Limits of Diversity”. Conor begins by laying out his own openness to diverse experience.
additivism  future  human  man  posthumanism  transhuman  transhumanism  stream 
august 2019
aeon.co
‘Fuck Earth!’ Elon Musk said to me, laughing. ‘Who cares about Earth?’ We were sitting in his cubicle, in the front corner of a large open-plan office at SpaceX headquarters in Los Angeles. It was a sunny afternoon, a Thursday, one of three designated weekdays Musk spends at SpaceX.
earth  elon  musk  evolution  future  posthumanism  progress  technology  stream 
august 2019
Appropriating the Alien: A Critique of Xenofeminism | Mute
The Xenofeminist Manifesto claims, among many things, rationalism and technology as core to a renewed futurist feminist project. However, given the provenance of its moniker and its 'pro-enlightenment' position, Annie Goh asks, WTF exactly is XF?
additivism  additivist  alien  control  digital  media  feminism  identity  intersectional  intersectionality  politics  power  reading  test  test2  theory  xenofeminism  stream 
august 2019
Children of Production — Real Life
“I’ll wager that there is a baby making to be aimed for that will be defined neither by the alienated misery of the status quo nor the silver absolutism of their techno-fix,” writes Sophie Lewis in the introduction to Full Surrogacy Now, her bracing exploration of the gestational surrogacy ind
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july 2019
History of Computing Timeline
As part of a series of posts that I’ve been calling “Open Source PhD,” I’m posting some of the materials that I prepared as I was studying for my comprehensive exams. You can see the reading lists for those exams here.
computing  history  syllabus 
july 2019
Twitter
Who are your go-to scholars on feminism and technology, particularly those with cross-cultural and non-western perspectives?
decolonialisation  diversity  feminism  gender  race  reading  list  syllabus 
july 2019
Extinction Rebellion: Not the Struggle we Need, Pt. 1
The first of a three-part critique of Extinction Rebellion, focussing on their attitudes towards the police, legal system and prison. Out of the Woods are utterly convinced of the need for action addressing ecological crisis by any means necessary. But not all means are necessary.
activism  additivism  environment  extinction  rebellion  out  of  the  woods  police  prison  protest  stream 
july 2019
Firing Blanks: Hito Steyerl and the Voiding of Research Art - Momus
We’ve all heard the statistics. That in America, there is a mass shooting every day, that one hundred Americans die from gun violence daily, that access to a gun doubles and triples the risks of death by homicide and suicide respectively.
guns  hito  steyerl  research  art  weaponry  stream 
july 2019
Daddy Issues | Katherine Angel | Granta
In the awful, wearying months in which Harvey Weinstein’s ritualistic mistreatment of women was being recounted daily in the media, I found myself, like so many others, wondering and talking about the men in my life: ex-boyfriends, ex-stalkers, ex-harassers, ex-gropers.
daddy  equality  ethics  fatherhood  fathers  feminism  gender  history  identity  inequality  metoo  patriarchy  rights  violence  women  stream 
july 2019
Coral found to prefer eating microplastic to natural food
Astrangia. Credit: Stephen Cairns et al. An illustrated key to the genera and subgenera of the Recent azooxanthellate Scleractinia (Cnidaria, Anthozoa), with an attached glossary, ZooKeys (2012). DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.227.3612. Creative Commons Attribution 3.
additivism  coral  reef  environment  life  microplastic  ocean  plastic  plasticene  pollution  stream 
july 2019
Fungal Hallucinogens Send Cicadas on Sex Binges After Their Genitals Fall Off
In latest gruesome nature news, scientists have discovered new details on a fungus that compels its cicada hosts to mate long after their genitals have gone and their bodies have turned into what one researcher colourfully describes as 'flying salt shakers of death'.
additivism  cicadas  evolution  fungus  genitas  hallucination  insect  penis  insects  nature  sex  stream 
july 2019
What’s yr take on Evola? Some very late words on Nina Power’s recent stances | Cautiously pessimistic
The aftermath of the Piazza della Loggia bombing, a 1974 attack carried out by the Evola-inspired group Ordine Nuovo. Debate is a cover-story: never having to be honest about your true intentions while pretending to be open-minded.
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july 2019
How Do You Spot a Deepfake? It Might Not Matter
A shadow looms over the 2020 election: Deepfakes! The newish video-editing technology (or really, host of technologies) used to seamlessly paste one person’s face on another’s body, has activated a panic among pundits and politicians.
deep  fakes  fake  news  fascism  neural  networks  perception  politics  post-truth  reality  video  stream 
july 2019
The White Pube | Are White Girls Capable of Making Art Not About Them?
Are White Girls Capable of Making Art That’s Not About themselves?? Are White Girls Capable of Making Art That’s Not About themselves??
art  feminism  identity  politics  whiteness  stream 
july 2019
Closing the Loop – The New Inquiry
“The black female’s body needs less to be rescued from the masculine “gaze” than to be sprung from a historic script surrounding her with signification while at the same time, and not paradoxically, it erases her completely.
art  feminism  identity  politics  whiteness  stream 
july 2019
Readings in AI Ethics - Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Irina Raicu is the director of the Internet Ethics program at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Views are her own.
ai  bias  ethics  module  reading  syllabus 
june 2019
Why HBO's "Chernobyl" Gets Nuclear So Wrong
Since the start of HBO’s mini-series about the 1986 nuclear disaster, “Chernobyl,” journalists have praised the series for getting the facts of the event right, even if its creators took some creative liberties.
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june 2019
A Physicist Has Proposed a Pretty Depressing Explanation For Why We Never See Aliens
The Universe is so unimaginably big, and it's positively teeming with an almost infinite supply of potentially life-giving worlds. So where the heck is everybody?
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june 2019
Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures | ISSN 1555-9351
Citation: Hanna, Julian. ““Future Shock”: Manifestos in the Digital Age.” Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures no. 20, 2019. doi:10.20415/hyp/020.ex02 Abstract: The manifesto is currently one of most useful and vital online forms.
accelerationism  additivism  futurism  julian  hanna  manifesto  manifestos  press  progress  technology  stream 
may 2019
A Complete Taxonomy of Internet Chum - The Awl
This is a bucket of chum. Chum is decomposing fish matter that elicits a purely neurological brain stem response in its target consumer: larger fish, like sharks.
chum  crap  internet  taxonomy  teaching  stream 
may 2019
Taboola, Outbrain and the Chum Supply Chain
Ranjan here, and today I'm talking Taboola and Outbrain. Most of my work in media has been on subscriptions and branded content, so I've never played in the depths of ad-tech darkness. But, I spent seven years trading currency derivatives and am well versed in the art of arbitrage.
crap  detritus  digital  debris  internet  kipple  poor  images  spam  stream 
may 2019
Should Nazis, White Supremacists Be Resurrected in the Future?
Cryonics company Alcor Life Extension Foundation has some explaining to do after discovering one of their cryopreserved patients is, in fact, the infamous white nationalist Bob Whitaker.
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may 2019
Scientists Are Warning That We Absolutely Must Not Farm Octopuses
There's no denying that keeping livestock has deeply benefited humanity over the millennia. But, while sheep and cows may have adapted well to farm life, there's one animal humans like to eat that would fare poorly in farms.
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may 2019
Bezos Reveals His Ugly Vision For The World He’s Trying To Rule – Caitlin Johnstone
“Guess what the best planet is in this solar system?” asked Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at a recent media event on his Blue Origin space program. “It’s easy to know the answer to that question,” he continued. “We’ve sent robotic probes like this one to all of the planets in our solar system.
additivism  amazon  futurism  imperialism  jeff  bezos  politics  stream 
may 2019
Too Human — Real Life
As I was being wheeled out of the post-anesthesia care unit at Mount Sinai, three incisions across my abdomen freshly glued shut and fentanyl warm in my veins, a nurse bustled over. “Your pictures, dear,” she said, tucking a colorful strip of photos into my sweatshirt like a garnish.
ai  human  hybrids  posthumanism  robots  simulation  stream 
may 2019
Opinion | Why We Should Stop Fetishizing Privacy - The New York Times
Big tech companies create jobs, encourage innovation and provide valuable services free. Why would we want to break them up? Ms. Messer is a technology investor and entrepreneur.
identity  online  privacy  surveillance  stream 
may 2019
Video Games Are Better Without Characters - The Atlantic
In the mid-1980s, the easiest way to check out the latest computer games was to go to a bookstore in the mall. Past the John Grisham and the bargain history books in the B. Dalton Bookseller, you’d find Software Etc.
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may 2019
The Disturbing Resilience of Scientific Racism | Science | Smithsonian
Scientists, including those who study race, like to see themselves as objectively exploring the world, above the political fray. But such views of scientific neutrality are naive, as study findings, inevitably, are influenced by the biases of the people conducting the work.
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may 2019
What The Media Missed At The Jordan Peterson–Slavoj Žižek Debate
As soon as Jordan Peterson announced he would be debating Slavoj Žižek, the hype machine started revving. The media promised a “rumble in the realm of the mind,” a “brawl between iconoclastic philosophers,” and a “highbrow Mortal Kombat.
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may 2019
Busting the myth that depression doesn't affect people in poor countries | Society | The Guardian
For decades, many psychiatrists believed depression was a uniquely western phenomenon. But in the last few years, a new movement has turned this thinking on its head. By When Vikram Patel first began to study mental health, he believed depression only existed in rich nations.
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may 2019
302 Found
On April 17, 2019, Data & Society Founder and President danah boyd gave a talk at the Digital Public Library of America conference (DPLAfest). This is the transcript of that talk. I love the librarian community. You all are deeply committed to producing, curating, and enabling access to knowledge.
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may 2019
An open letter to Extinction Rebellion | Red Pepper
This letter was collaboratively written with dozens of aligned groups. As the weeks of action called by Extinction Rebellion were coming to an end, our groups came together to reflect on the narrative, strategies, tactics and demands of a reinvigorated climate movement in the UK.
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may 2019
BBC Radio 4 - New Ways of Seeing, Digital Justice
How is technology changing the way we see? The artist James Bridle reimagines John Berger’s Ways of Seeing for the digital age and asks if we can make machines without prejudice.
additivist  bbc  james  bridle  press  stream 
may 2019
the economist
A QUARTER-CENTURY has passed since the first global climate-change treaty, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Humanity’s record of following through on its climate promises is dismal. The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has risen by 15% since 1994.
additivism  economics  geoengineering  terraforming  stream 
april 2019
Annihilation and How the Movie Understands Depression
Let’s talk about what it means to destroy yourself. In the relatively short time I’ve been alive, I have made an art out of self-destruction. I’ve placed myself in frightening situations just to feel something, anything but the crushing depression that often rewires my life.
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april 2019
Towards an anti-fascist AI - danmcquillan.io
This talk is about some pressing issues with AI that don't usually make the headlines, and why tackling those issues means developing an antifascist AI. When i talk about AI i'm talking about machine learning and about artificial neural networks, also known as deep learning1.
ai  bias  ethics  fascism  politics  reading  stream 
april 2019
Ways to Defy the Pressure to Perform :: Why is everybody being so nice? - DE APPEL
A pamphlet for the exhibition Sheffield 08: Yes No and Other Options How can we address the current changes in our societies and lives? Some say that we have come to inhabit the post-industrial condition—but what does that mean? One thing seems certain: after the disappearance of manual labo
exhaustion  hybrids  stream 
april 2019
Hackers used stickers to fool a Tesla, highlighting the risks of AI - Vox
Artificial intelligence researchers have a big problem. Even as they design powerful new technologies, hackers are figuring out how to trick the tech into doing things it was never meant to — with potentially deadly consequences.
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april 2019
Counting the Countless — Real Life
This piece originated as a talk at Seattle University. Well, really it originated as a question from the Seattle Non-Binary Collective, a group of Seattle residents and visitors with genders beyond the binary of “man” and “woman.
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april 2019
BBC - Future - Why catastrophes can change the course of humanity
My father’s family came to the US in the 1930s, a Jewish family fleeing Nazi Germany. My life has gone well, and I suppose I should be grateful for the way things turned out.
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april 2019
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