The Chinese Gods in the Data Age
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The Chinese Gods in the Data Age

link.medium.com/ugzP5OU27T Chinese Facial Recognition Will Take over the World in 2019 While many facial recognition software systems appears to be racist and performs more poorly with people of ‘color’, it is claimed that Hikvision’s software can actually spot and follow a person by face, figure/gait and can accurately identify people of all skin tones. US … Continue reading

Where is the boundary between your phone and your mind?
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Where is the boundary between your phone and your mind?

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/dec/09/tech-mind-body-boundary-facebook-google “Now if that thought is right, it’s pretty clear that our minds have become even more radically extended than ever before,” Lynch says. “The idea that our self is expanding through our phones is plausible, and that’s because our phones, and our digital devices generally – our smartwatches, our iPads – all these things … Continue reading

ProPublica and International Center of Photography Host… — ProPublica
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ProPublica and International Center of Photography Host… — ProPublica

“delete / ignore / delete” ProPublica is an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest. — Read on http://www.propublica.org/atpropublica/propublica-and-international-center-of-photography-host-the-cleaners-film-screening-and-talk-on-social-media-content-moderation cover image : still from “the cleaners” delete / ignore / delete preview retrieved from : http://www.gebrueder-beetz.de/en/productions/the-cleaners#uebersicht Continue reading

An Artist Stares Back at the Surveillance State
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An Artist Stares Back at the Surveillance State

Here is a nice little interview with Trevor Paglen talking broadly about his work, new ways of seeing, image making and machine vision. “Multimedia artist Trevor Paglen is mapping out the new landscape of digital communications and surveillance. In this wide-ranging interview the photographer, sculptor, geographer and writer talks about how he is learning to … Continue reading

Alexandre Larose screening
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Alexandre Larose screening

@ The Young Gallery, Wellington, part of the Circuit Symposium Phantom Toplogies September 2016 The work St Bathans repetitions 1/2/16 – 21/3/16 (portraits de Jacques à St Bathans, avec interlude de paysages, sur écran translucide) could be descibed as a series of sketches or studies. These exploratory fragments have come from a recent residency by the experimental Canadian video … Continue reading