Responding to the stalker economy with her own brand of extreme capitalism, Jennifer Lyn Morone™ Inc is making her life her business. So why, she asks, do we hand our data to big tech companies for free?
The Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris is presenting at ARC, its experimental space, CO-WORKERS – Network as Artist: a selection of international artists trained during the 2000s whose innovative practices are largely based on networking. Mounted by the New York collective DIS, the exhibition foregrounds a new artistic language taking its inspiration from Internet resources. The Musée d’Art Moderne has opted for dividing CO-WORKERS between two sites, each with its own emphasis: Network as
We're used to thinking about the good sides of work purely in terms of money and status, and tend to forget a raft of other benefits that work - however modest it might be - can bring us. We went around the world to interview a diverse range of people at their jobs, in order to tease out some
As we move into a new economy that values creativity and innovation, we need to reinvent our schools and our communities, where our young people spend more that half their time. Indeed, all of us need places that nurture our creative self.
The pace at which robots and intelligent machines are able to take over the jobs traditionally performed by humans will result in more than half the population being unemployed within 30 years, an expert in computing has predicted.
While some may look forward to a life of leisure, many others face the dismal prospect of long-term unemployment as a result of the rise of smart machines, from self-driving cars and intelligent drones to smart financial-trading machines, said Moshe Vardi, professor of computational engineering at Rice University in Houston, Texas.
In this short essay Deleuze looks to move beyond Michel Foucault’s historical understanding of ‘disciplinary societies’, where power is exercised within discrete institutions, towards the concept of 'societies of control'. In many ways it parallels the ideas of the Italian radical left around the concept of the ‘social factory’, providing an intersection between post-structuralist philosophy and autonomist Marxism.
The first time I suggested an exercise to a roomful of creative writing students, something on the lines of ‘We’ve been reading Elizabeth Bowen, now think of a house where you were happy, but you no longer live there. Write it!’, they all bent their heads down over their paper and . . .
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Marina Warner brilliant mind brilliant writing on current condition of Higher Education
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