Art, Music, and the Contemporary Posthuman. An engaging argument about what experimental music can tell us about being human.
A rallying call for extending human rights beyond our physical selves – and why we need to reboot rights in our data-intensive world.
A surprising vision of how human intelligence will coevolve with digital technology and revolutionize how we think and behave.
Byung-Chul Han argues that infocracy is the new form of rule characteristic of contemporary information capitalism.
George Dyson plots an unexpected course through the past 300 years to reveal the hidden connections that underpin our digital age, ending with a premonition of ..(read more)
How do blockchain and artificial intelligence actualize and automatize the cognition of time? How do they understand, know, and sense time?
The human world, cannot survive without a three way partnership with physis and techne, the green world and the technological.