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L’hétérogènese différentielle Formes en devenir entre mathématiques, philosophie  et  politique

Differential heterogenesis Becoming forms between  mathematics, philosophy and politics

This interview with the mathematician Alessandro Sarti discuss the theoretical and political implications of the research around the issue of the differential heterogenesis. Connected to the philosophical thoughts of Deleuze and Simondon, this notion try to describe differently the genesis of living forms between natural and social sciences.]]>

Pour une culture critique de l’IA

For a critical culture  of AI

Artificial intelligence is everywhere, discreetly, to better control and influence us smoothly. Should we rebel against this fact, which is imposed on our lifestyles without the slightest democratic deliberation? Is it still possible or even desirable to throw these invisible AIs, even indistinguishable, into the digital trash? Shouldn’t we, before claiming the urgency of the “danger” that comes, dare to know them? The challenge is to build a critical culture of AI, which would bring together artists, writers, researchers, engineers, mathematicians, logicians, thinkers, philosophers, craftsmen and of course citizens in the same dynamic of reflection.]]>

Compétition symbolique entre les espèces Animaux / Humains / IA

Symbolic competition between species Animals / Humans / AI

Understanding the media treatment, the dream or nightmare speeches that accompany artificial intelligence, presupposes an analysis through the prism of the “triad animality, humanity, machinity”, capable of updating the human ontological projections towards the AI and what is often the opposite in our imagination: animals. The robot as an imaginary figure is a vector for the unveiling of the implicit. The AIs ​​fantasies and fears, however lofty and subtle they may seem from a superior bipedal point of view, are perhaps “only” clever animal reactions to what we imagine to be a predator. It’s just a matter of identifying the threat, but very often it’s human. Aren’t humans the best predators for themselves? And to get out of the metaphor of the annihilation of humans by robots, do they not behave towards animals in the same way as what they fear and condemn in their fantasy of a blind machine, without capacity for reflection, ethics or feelings?]]>

Dans les imaginaires de l’IA

In the imaginary of  AI

From the film Her by Spike Jonze to 2001: A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick, and from Philip K. Dick androids to the intergalactic utopia of the Culture of the writer Iain M. Banks, it is impossible to understand artificial intelligence without a strong regard to its powerful fictions. These, nourishing many fantasies of Silicon Valley, are essential to decrypt not to undergo them, even to appropriate them and better hijack them, to make them antidotes against the multinationals of the digital, then to cultivate (thanks to them) our own rebellious machines of some future.]]>

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