Can AI bring a fresh perspective on our fraught relationships with other species? Can it revive ancient systems of somatic divination? And if, one day, we do have love affairs with artificial beings, will our connection with them be able to avoid the usual traps of toxic love relationships?
Chatting with the artist about the role that the digital can play to both preserve and exploit cultural heritage, deliberately training the data of an AI device in order to imbue it with underrepresented perspectives and struggling with the Man vs Nature dichotomy
“With so many tears I started to wonder whether it is possible to cultivate some marine life in them,” the designer writes.
The authors explore emerging forms of algorithmic governance and AI-augmented apps that collect data about individuals and keep wages and worker representation under control. They also provide case studies of new and exciting form of resistance across the globe
A book that unpacks the notion of the mass image through the lens of affective, representational, political, logistical and material economies
An exhibition in Erlangen (DE) looks at the role that technology can play to ensure or threaten the future of our planet
Exploitation Forensics is a collection of maps and documents created as a result of investigations conducted in the last few years by the SHARE Lab. The maps will help visitors explore the invisible layers of contemporary technological black boxes and their fractal supply chains, exposing various forms of hidden labour and the exploitation of material resources and data
A series of panels at the Science Gallery in Dublin explores impending global catastrophes: cosmic bullets, climate change and machines that might one day decide to make us redundant
Over the coming decades, Artificial Intelligence may alter how we see our place in the universe, as machines pursue goals independent of their creators and outperform us in domains previously believed to be the sole dominion of humans