Meet the Artist Using Ritual Magic to Trap Self-Driving Cars - Creators


62 bookmarks. First posted by adaarx march 2017.


Interview with James Bridle on his works around machine learning and self driving cars.
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march 2017 by mamapitufo
This is like when I play Roller Coaster Tycoon and put 2 Do Not Enter signs facing each other to trap the people.
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march 2017 by ArtskydJ
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle. via Pocket
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march 2017 by driptray
RT : Meet , the artist using ritual magic to trap self-driving cars:
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march 2017 by joegermuska
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle.
march 2017 by rwhe
This is most excellent:
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march 2017 by Lulu
James Bridle: What you're looking at is a salt circle, a traditional form of protection—from within or without—in magical practice. In this case it's being used to arrest an autonomous vehicle—a self-driving car, which relies on machine vision and processing to guide it. By quickly deploying the expected form of road markings—in this case, a No Entry glyph—we can confuse the car's vision system into believing it's surrounded by no entry points, and entrap it.
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march 2017 by dancall
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march 2017 by freerange_inc
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march 2017 by nickrsearcy
If a self driving car is designed to read the road, what happens when the language of the road is abused by those with nefarious intent?
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march 2017 by jamescampbell
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle. via Pocket von fahrradio am March 20, 2017 at 06:48AM
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march 2017 by fahrradio
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle. via Pocket
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march 2017 by hansdorsch
Meet the Artist Using Ritual Magic to Trap Self-Driving Cars - Creators
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march 2017 by semrys
Bwahahahaha via Facebook
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march 2017 by erui
Well, it's actually science, but for James Bridle science and magic aren't that distinct.
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march 2017 by sfriedenberg
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle. via Pocket
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march 2017 by cthorpe
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle. via Pocket
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march 2017 by michaelkpate
James Bridle: What you're looking at is a salt circle, a traditional form of protection—from within or without—in magical practice. In this case it's being used to arrest an autonomous vehicle—a self-driving car, which relies on machine vision and processing to guide it. By quickly deploying the expected form of road markings—in this case, a No Entry glyph—we can confuse the car's vision system into believing it's surrounded by no entry points, and entrap it.
march 2017 by spectrevision
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march 2017 by craniac
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle. via Pocket
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march 2017 by drewcaldwell
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle.
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march 2017 by Goldmanjordan
Autonomous Trap 001 is 's newest and quite amazing foray into interfacing with the machine world.
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march 2017 by alper
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march 2017 by codepo8
RT : This artist is using ritual magic to trap self-driving cars:
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march 2017 by skyesidhe
RT : Holy shit, this is so absurdly obvious yet has so many interesting repercussions.
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march 2017 by rafaeldff
RT : I actually had to double check to convince myself this wasn't a viral ad for a novel
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march 2017 by jpschorr
RT : Holy shit, this is so absurdly obvious yet has so many interesting repercussions.
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march 2017 by briantrice
RT : Holy shit, this is so absurdly obvious yet has so many interesting repercussions.
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march 2017 by bokane
Is it a silly prank , a Pagan ritual , or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit ? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle —known…
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march 2017 by edmadrid
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march 2017 by thunderclap8
Is it a silly prank , a Pagan ritual , or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit ? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle —known…
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march 2017 by evanwalsh
Meet the Artist Using Ritual Magic to Trap Self-Driving Cars
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march 2017 by psychemedia
RT : Salt circle trap for self driving cars.
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march 2017 by noii
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle.
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march 2017 by mud
When science & magic merge: Using Ritual Magic to Trap Self-Driving Cars via | cc
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march 2017 by kcarruthers
Is it a silly prank, a Pagan ritual, or a genius discovery about the next era of mass transit? In a picture posted to Flickr by artist James Bridle—known for coining the term, "New Aesthetic"—a car is sitting in the middle of a parking lot has been surrounded by a magic salt circle. via Pocket
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march 2017 by sextopus
Holy shit, this is so absurdly obvious yet has so many interesting repercussions.
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march 2017 by ry4an
Holy shit, this is so absurdly obvious yet has so many interesting repercussions.
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march 2017 by Olly
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march 2017 by adaarx