Our current fellow Kate Chandler will give a talk at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry on 12 June, 2018, 5pm. Abstract: This talk is about errant drone aircraft. A drone sunk in 500 fathoms of water off the coast of San Diego in 1937. A fragment of a D-21 drone launched over China in 1969 returned to an […]
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Near-Field Communication Digital Art Biennale
#nfcdab is a DIY or DIWO? digital art biennale that travels on wireless technologies, light waves and electromagnetic fields e.g.: Wi-Fi routers, QR codes or NFC tags to access content. the idea of the biennale is to take advantage of the potential of near-field (mis)communication and other sharing technologies for making web-based digital art accessible in outdoors settings. […]
Cell Phone Tree
By Thomas R Machnitzki via wikimedia.
Talk: Katherine Hayles – Are Sensing Technologies Cognitive?
25.05.2018, “Are Sensing Technologies Cognitive? Making the Case” 1. ZeM Spring Lecture mit N. Katherine Hayles, 18 – 21 Uhr As programmable and networked computers move into the world with increasingly complex sensing systems, traditional questions about machine intelligence cease to be very useful to understand and conceptualize these developments. This talk will focus on […]