Category: Info Politics

Nervous Digital Systems 29. May 2019 17: 00h Rote Bar, Volkstheater Vienna

Lecture Perfomance by Michael Taussig and conversation about the new relationship between man and the technical environment. With Katja Mayer, El Iblis Shah and Felix Stalder

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Felix Stalder on the social history and economics of Truth. Live feed at the Cultural Intelligence Collective Talk on “What is to be Done?” on October 23rd at FoD.

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Konrad Becker and Felix Stalder at the DIGITAL CULTURES conference,  Leuphana University Lüneburg, September 19–22 , 2018

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Thursday 10. May  19:30h  Rote Bar, Arthur-Schnitzler-Platz 1, A-1070 Lydia H. Liu with Thomas Macho on Freudian Robots Marc Elsberg with Felix Stalder on Fiction and Models (in German) Algolounge:…

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Computer Privacy, Data Protection Conference 2018 The Internet of Bodies A discussion with Mireille Hildebrandt, Seda Gurses, Felix Stalder and Konrad Becker on Friday 26 January at 16:00. Painted by Numbers…

Digital Culture Info Politics

As Felix Stalder (World-Information Institute) explains, the event continues, a series that explores how algorithmic decision-making systems are increasingly permeating various aspects of our culture and everyday life. The series…

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Friday 10. 11. 2017 Discourse, Performance, Screening S. M. Amadae, Susana Monsó, Stefan Woltran, Napalm Tree, ca.tter & mstep, Boris Kopeinig, Plak, a.o.

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Painted by Numbers installation at ZKM exhibition “Open Codes – Living in Digital Worlds”  in Karlsruhe from 20th October 2017 to August 2018,  set up at “Hypernormal Hybrids” at Werk-X…

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Relationships between the emerging socio-technical infrastructure and the autonomy of the human subject: Agency, Game Theory & Nudging / Categorization & Golden Cages / Outsourcing Cognition & Freedom / Uncertainty…

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“The problem with societies based on prediction is that there are massive interests in these predictions.”

 

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