Luxury & Paranoia. Access & Exclusion On Capital and Public

16 Okt , 2017  

republished from INC. We get into an Uber car, and the driver passes by the Kremlin walls, guided by GPS. At the end of the ride, the bill turns out to be three times as expensive than usual. What is the matter? We check the route, and the screen shows ...

, , , , , ,

Biopolitics, Necropolitics

The Future of Decision: Governance, Algorithms, and Cognitive Bias

14 Sep , 2017  

Berardi makes a valid point in his critique of Srnicek and Williams Inventing the Future:

“Srnicek and Williams suggest that we should ‘demand full automation, demand universal basic income, demand reduction of the work week’. But they do not explain who the recipient is of these demands. Is there any ...

, , , , , ,

EconoFiction, Necropolitics

The Governance of the World

1 Aug , 2017  

The hyper-industrial state of fact takes what Deleuze called control societies, founded on modulation by the mass media, into the stage of hyper-control. The latter is generated by self-produced personal data, collected and published by people themselves – whether knowingly or otherwise – and this data is then exploited by ...

, ,


Bemerkungen zu Stieglers „Automatic Society. The Future of Work“ (4)

31 Jul , 2017  

Der 24/7-Takt des Kapitals führt zur progressiven Verminderung von Unterbrechungen, die den Status der Schlafs oder des Tagtraums besitzen. Die Macht Möglichkeiten zu träumen, auf denen der realisierbare Traum insistiert, Möglichkeiten, die zuallererst immer als strukturelle Unmöglichkeiten auftauchen, bezieht sich auf die Erfahrung, Protention und die Projektion, auf dasjenige, das ...

, , , , , ,