For Machine Use Only expands on the idea of machinic vision, featuring short texts by a range of thinkers, philosophers and scholars who were asked to contemplate the possibilities and limitations of a world understood and interpreted by algorithmically-driven forms of artificial intelligence. Our increasing reliance on computation requires us to come up with new ways of thinking about automation and its relationship to the politics of knowledge and our knowledge of politics.
Texts by: Jason Adams / Kate Armstrong / Elie Ayache / Benjamin Bratton / Clint Burnham / Lou Cantor / Manuel Correa / Alexander Galloway /Leo Goldsmith / Simón Isaza / Victoria Ivanova / Vaclav Janoscik / Ed Keller / Diana Khamis / Jessica Law / Siwin Lo / Nicola Masciandaro / Gean Moreno / Benjamin Noys / Jeff O’brien / Matteo Pasquinelli / David Roden / Judith Rodenbeck / Rory Rowan / Daniel Sacilotto / Samuel Sackeroff / T’ai Smith / Nick Srnicek / Kate Steinmann / Steven Warrick / Peter Wolfendale
Mohammad Salemy (ed.), For Machine Use Only: Contemplations On Algorithmic Epistemology
This book was produced in conjunction with Mohammad Salemy’s participation in the 11th Gwangju Biennale 2016, curated by Maria Lind.
Foreword by Jovanna Venegas
Publication Date: 2 September, 2016
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