Tag: ai

Phoebe Sengers responds

2004-03-28

Phoebe Sengers praises the optimistic, self-aware conversation mapped by Warren Sack and First Person.

Michael Mateas responds

2004-01-09

As alternatives to agency-obsession, “critical technical practices” that connect art and technology are front and center in the work of Michael Mateas.

Michael Mateas responds in turn

2004-05-02

Narrativists vs. ludologists, material vs. formal constraints: Michael Mateas replies by identifying actors’ roles in each division.

Natalie Jeremijenko responds in turn

2004-04-01

Natalie Jeremijenko asserts that machine speech should re-awaken us to “the peculiar structure of participation that we take for granted.”

A Preliminary Poetics

2004-05-01

The builder of Façade, an “interactive story world,” Michael Mateas offers both a poetics and a neo-Aristotelian project (for interactive drama and games).

Phoebe Sengers responds in turn

2004-01-09

Whether CTPs should walk on three legs or two; how the robotic artwork Petit Mal is “interpretationally plastic;” what cultural assumptions we build into machines: just some of the response-topics here.

Warren Sack's response

2004-04-02

Warren Sack sheds some psychosocial light on readings, like Jill Walker’s, of the uncanny.

Simon Penny's response

2004-04-01

Simon Penny adds object-context to the talking machines of Natalie Jeremijenko’s essay.

Warren Sack responds in turn

2004-03-28

An autobiographical reflection by Warren Sack, prompted by two particular questions.

Anti-Negroponte: Cybernetic Subjectivity in Digital Being and Time

1996-12-30

Timothy Luke reviews Nicholas Negroponte and takes a second look at ‘digital subjectivity.’

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