Karma Peiró | Ricardo Baeza-Yates
If we know that algorithms may have biases that can harm individuals or groups, why do we let them make decisions?
Jussi Parikka | Garnet Hertz
The materiality of media is not limited to economic or technical issues; it has an intimate connection with the soil, the air and nature.
Nkosikhona Swartbooi: “The city is worried about getting people to work early, but not about when they get home”
We talk to Nkosikhona Swartbooi, founder member of Reclaim the City, a collective that fights housing segregation in Cape Town.
César Reyes Nájera | Ethel Baraona Pohl
Most of everything that makes up the universe is unknown to us. Can we speculate about what human perception of dark matter would be like?
We talk to the South African artist about segregation, the echoes of colonialism and the anti-racist struggle.
El més llegit
We talk with one of the leading voices of contemporary African literature about linguistic imperialism and the importance of decolonising minds and the imagination.
Henry Giroux: “Those arguing that education should be neutral are really arguing for a version of education in which nobody is accountable”
An interview with founder of critical pedagogy Henry Giroux on the meaning of education, suspicions regarding neutrality and on how current uncertainties could be a driving force to rethink and generate new possibilities.
Efraín Foglia | Ferran Esteve | Lucía Lijtmaer | Luis Paadín | Óscar Marín Miró | Ramon Mas Baucells
We invited several authors to explain what this quote by Arthur C. Clarke conjures up for them.
When integrating ITCs into the classroom it is important to evaluate to what degree it enriches the relationship established between students, tasks and contents, and teacher.
Emerging from the dawn of the first Internet, today dank memes can be understood as an absurd expression that condenses the spirt of our times and as an expression of fury that boycotts the marketing logic of the Internet.
Away from human-centred forms of knowledge production, the pandemic opens up the possibility of speculation about more-than-human forms of storytelling
On the need for considering new world visions geared towards a resilience and a more adequate position at this planetary time.
Theories such as actor-network theory, flat or object-oriented ontologies and hyperobjects, question the central role of human beings in the conception of the classic natural order.
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros
New materials, which have emerged because of human activity, may force us to rethink the distinction between the natural and the artificial.
Roc Jiménez de Cisneros
We interview the philosopher Tim Morton, author of “Dark Ecology”, who proposes that we rethink the way we see ecology, anthropocentrism and art.
Timothy Morton represents the heirs of the planet, human and non-human, whose existence will be determined by what we do and how we think from now on.
We are immersed in scientific and technological transformations that are affecting the human condition itself. What is the meaning of tendencies such as posthumanism? How should we think about this “afterness”?
The irresistible expansion of digital liberalism points towards regulating, for the sole purpose of benefit, the course of life through algorithms.
As in the previous pointzero revolutions, the story of efficiency and economic growth coexists with the possibility of an alternative narrative that situates the community at the centre.
Rosi Braidotti: “What is necessary is a radical transformation, following the bases of feminism, anti-racism and anti-fascism”
A talk with the philosopher and humanist about what it means to be human in a changing world, where new forms of capitalism are marking out the future of what we are and what we will become.
Through artistic practice, the Taller Estampa reflects on the discourse around artificial intelligence.
José Ignacio Latorre
Computation’s possibility for self-learning is leading us towards a point of technological singularity where an artificial intelligence, capable of self-improvement, will surpass the limits of human intelligence.
Jose Valenzuela Ruiz
How do artistic artificial intelligences work? We analyse what seemed to be the last stronghold of human creativity.
The design of bionic prostheses and the creation of intelligent machines are some of the advances made towards enhancing our physical and intellectual abilities
Codifying human beings and increasing the processing capacity of computers has made it possible to create machines that can respond to our actions.