À propos

What does it mean to be intelligent? Is it something unique to humans - or do we share it with other beings?br>br> Recent years have seen rapid advances in ''artificial'' intelligence, which increasingly appears to be something stranger than we ever imagined. At the same time, we are becoming more aware of the other intelligences which have been with us all along, unrecognized. These other beings are the animals, plants, and natural systems that surround us, and are slowly revealing their complexity and knowledge - just as the new technologies we''ve built are threatening to cause their extinction, and ours.br>br> In Ways of Being, writer and artist James Bridle considers the fascinating, uncanny and multiple ways of existing on earth. What can we learn from these other forms of intelligence and personhood, and how can we change our societies to live more equitably with one another and the non-human world? From Greek oracles to octopuses, forests to satellites, Bridle tells a radical new story about ecology, technology and intelligence. We must, they argue, expand our definition of these terms to build a meaningful and free relationship with the non-human, one based on solidarity and cognitive diversity. We have so much to learn, and many worlds to gain.>

  • Auteur(s)

    James Bridle

  • Éditeur

    Lane Allen

  • Date de parution


  • EAN


  • Disponibilité


  • Nombre de pages

    384 Pages

  • Longueur

    24 cm

  • Largeur

    16.2 cm

  • Épaisseur

    3.5 cm

  • Poids

    611 g

  • Support principal

    Grand format

James Bridle

Écrivain, journaliste et artiste, James Bridle
étudie depuis des années les conséquences des
nouvelles technologies sur nos existences au point de
représenter aujourd'hui une référence incontournable.
Ses oeuvres rencontrent un rayonnement international.
Les thèmes de ses travaux ont pour objet l'intelligence
artificielle, la censure, la propriété des données,
l'automatisation, la surveillance et la citoyenneté
numérique. Nouvel âge des ténèbres est son premier