Are machines becoming humanized?

02 Nov

Summary of Lecture by prof. Dr. Teixeira Coelho from IEA – USP at the EBICCJoseTeixeiraCoelho event.

Are machines becoming humanized, or are they the human beings that are losing humanity and transforming into immediate, as valuable, as excessive and totally subdutable products of which the world is full?
The lecture presented as results of the study group Computational Humanities of the Institute of Studies
Advanced of USP a list of concepts, most with a critical view of technology, terms such as: digitization, mobility, automation, augmented reality, proxy effect, duplication, anonymity, perfectibility, rationality, coordination, unification and completeness, among others, like the result of an e-culture.
He discussed the contemporary reality of computational and digital cultures and their relation to cultural production, mediated or self-produced, in a context where the work of robots replaces the manual work of humans and goes to replace, through artificial intelligence, intellectual work .
Gregory Chaitin then gave his talk, already discussed in the previous post.


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