KIM research group statement 1.3.2022.
Project ‘AI Forensics’ at KIM HfG.
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).
The application period for the winter semester 2022/2023 starts on March 1st, 2022 and ends on April 30, 2022: apply here.
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.
Ariana Dongus on rbb24 Inforadio for the podcast “Wissenswerte”.
Ariana Dongus (KIM PhD student) and Adam Harvey (KIM research associate) contribute to the symposium “AI Infrastructures for Civil Society and the Arts.”
Workshop at Weimar University with Mark Hansen, Katherine Hayles, Luciana Parisi, Louise Amoore, Matteo Pasquinelli, Alex Campolo, Deanna Cachoian-Schanz and Katia Schwerzmann.
Final keynote lecture by Matteo Pasquinelli.
A talk of research fellow Sascha Freyberg on holism in theories of life, organism, system, and networks at Ghent University.
From the Deep State to Deep Learning: The Political Archaeology of Data from the 20th Century until Today
Course Winter Semester 2021/2022.