ONLINE: Recursive Colonialism, Artificial Intelligence, and Speculative Computation
The Critical Computation Bureau is pleased to invite you to the online symposium Recursive Colonialism, Artificial Intelligence, and Speculative Computation, which will take place between the 1st and the 12th of December, 2020.
The event is funded by the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences (Duke University) in partnership with Social Policy and Practice (University of Pennsylvania) and the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Università degli Studi di Napoli L'Orientale).
RCAISC2020 aims to provide interventions in the technopolitics of racial capitalism and its recursive regeneration, mixing together critical and creative practices and borrowing models and methods from philosophy of technology, black studies, political theory, computer science and information theory, media aesthetics, cultural and digital media theories.
The event will include dialogues, panel discussions, screenings and soundz, featuring (among others) Denise Ferreira da Silva, Jasbir Puar, Ravi Sundaram, Ramon Amaro, Iain Chambers, Steve Goodman / Kode9, Francois Knoetze, Larry Achiampong & David Blandy and many more.