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.
The change in behaviour of big media platforms sparks reflection on the ethical regulation of information.
From a feminist perspective, we offer a critical analysis of the machine learning of artificial intelligences to find more equitable practices.
The Internet has gone from being a utopia where everything was possible to a place full of angry people obsessed with their own representation
Ekhi L. de la Granja
Is a world possible where robots do everything, while we simply enjoy life? We consider how automation will affect us, based on the book “Fully Automated Luxury Communism. A Manifesto” by Aaron Bastani.
Anna Pacheco | Efraín Foglia | Felipe G. Gil | Irene Solà | Jorge Carrión | Libby Heaney | Liliana Arroyo | Maria Cabrera | Estampa
We asked different authors to take a free, textual, no-links approach to the idea of disconnection and technology addiction.
Óliver Pérez Latorre
We explore the dilemmas currently posed by video games, a means of expression and entertainment that have come to hold a central position in our collective imagination.
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.
A look at today’s hyperconnected society of social media, cognitive capitalism and algorithms through the lens of the work of Guy Debord.
Some 54% of the contents on the Internet are in English. We wonder about the rest of the languages, taking as a starting point the case of the African continent, where a third of the world’s languages are spoken and cultural activists take advantage of the digital environment to defend it.
Renata Ávila: “The Internet of creation disappeared. Now we have the Internet of surveillance and control”
An interview with this specialist in human rights, technology and freedom of expression to discuss how today’s societies are advancing to the drumbeat of “digital colonialism”.