KIM features an essay by digital artist and scholar Hiba Ali. The essay is part of a series hosted on our blog to stimulate discussions on the effects of AI on society.
A visual manifesto on AI by Matteo Pasquinelli and Vladan Joler
A response by Godofredo Pereira to Benjamin Bratton’s “18 Lessons from the Quarantine Urbanism.”
Hayward Gallery in London opens the exhibition Among the Trees with a text by Matteo Pasquinelli.
fluter, the magazine of the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung publishes an article by our research associate Ariana Dongus on the deployment of face recognition in everyday life.
Out now for Radical Philosophy journal: Matteo Pasquinelli’s essay investigates the relation between Marx and the pioneer of computation Charles Babbage.
Ariana Dongus’ essay for Spheres journal #5
“Given the degree of myth-making and social bias around its mathematical constructs, Artificial Intelligence has inaugurated the age of statistical science fiction” — Matteo Pasquinelli for Spheres journal #5.
A new text by Prof. Matteo Pasquinelli for e-flux journal #101
The nature of machine learning operations mean they will actually deepen some humanitarian problematics and introduce new ones of their own. This banality of machine learning is also its power.
What does it mean to hijack the latent space of a computation? Not just any computation, but a cognitive act about which we can say – a decision was made, an inference took place here. First there is the admission of a latent space itself, an interiority – to assert an algorithm could develop, […]