Colloquium Winter Semester 2022-2023 for PhD and Magister/MA students.
“Let’s look at self-driving cars for example: they are almost a mythological object, but they are a good example of AI ambitions because they aim to automate a very complex form of labor that is the labor of the driver, a mix of manual, mental, and visual skills.”
A conversation with Clemens von Wedemeyer, Matteo Pasquinelli and Paolo Caffoni on the legacy of Canetti in the age of big data and artificial intelligence. Final event of the course The Political Archeology of Data and part of the KIM HfG Kolloquia series (15 February 2022).
A conversation with Kader Attia, artist and curator of the Berlin Biennale 2022, and Matteo Pasquinelli, professor in Media Philosophy HfG Karlsruhe (2 February at 4pm).
A talk by Diego Gomez Venegas on Project Cybersyn’s legacy.
A talk by Kei Kreutler within the course Media of Exchange.
A response by Godofredo Pereira to Benjamin Bratton’s “18 Lessons from the Quarantine Urbanism.”