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Felix Stalder:  “Before introducing Michael Taussig, let me give you some context for this afternoon’s event. My name is Felix Stalder, and together with Konrad Becker, we’ve been organizing a series of events exploring the increased role of automated decision-making in our contemporary culture. This story is often told as a relatively straight forward one: Autonomous machines, with near-perfect knowledge and unwavering precision based on unambiguous math and objective logic, replace biased, and unreliable humans, in a quest for higher efficiency and fairer outcomes. But the closer we looked, the more dubious this story became and the more similar the whole endeavor became to performance of a magician, operating on the level of language, belief, and substitution.

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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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What Is To Be Done? 22. – 23. October 2018 The Future of Demonstration Scherzergasse 1A, 1020 Vienna culturalintelligence.zone

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As the Hypernormal Hybrid series continues, this evening aims to explore a peculiar and intriguing topic of our algorithmic world: the Unconscious. While the neoclassical interior of Volkstheater’s Rote Bar…

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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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Non-human problem solving or the limits of species superiority. Text for Hypernormal Hybrids November 2017 in collaboration with springerin magazine: springerin 1/2018

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Hypernormal Hybrids collaboration with springerin magazine: four texts by Susana Monsó, Stefan Woltron, Konrad Becker and Felix Stalder and S.M. Amadae’s article on “Neoliberal Capitalism, Neo-Materialism, and Beyond” under the title…

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