It's becoming increasingly hard to tell computers and humans apart. While this might mean that we're entering an exciting age of exponential growth of intelligence and eternal life, I will however approach the blurring of this distinction by focusing on the invisible manual labor and the constant exploitation of our cognitive and bodily capacities that are necessary for building and running so called artificial intelligence. In doing so, it might turn out that telling apart artificial intelligence and an efficiently run mega corporation is becoming even more difficult.
Vortrag im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung "How Deep is Your Dream" über Künstliche Intelligenz. Kuratiert von Prof. Olia Lialina, Pathway New Media, Dienstag, 8.11.2016, an der Merz Akademie.