thinking | machines: discourses of artificial intelligence

ab 24,90 

Niran Bahjat-Abbas

ISBN 978-3-8258-9644-7
Band-Nr. 2
Jahr 2006
Seiten 288
Bindung broschiert
Reihe n-1 | work – science – medium

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this book explores historical traces of human life within
the discourse of artifical intelligence.

it addresses a matrix of themes about technology and change,
ranging from the realm of the inanimate to the animate.

it traces the ways in which the human spirit looks beyond
its limitations and ponders the potentia of `being

niran b. abbas is a senior lecturer in the
department of „media and cultural studies“ at kingston
university (london, uk).

she is the editor of mapping michel serres (ann
arbor, 2005) and thomas pynchon: reading from the
margins (madison, 2003).

her interests range from new media, theories of
surveillance, the internet to concepts of the transhuman.

at the present, she is working on the relationship of the
five senses to new technologies as well as to new media.