Gary Hall on Sat, 17 Sep 2016 18:11:08 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Stiegler: Accelerating innovation bypasses all that

Thanks for this, Felix. What you say about being struck by how good the automatic translation is interesting given the way "Stiegler" has indeed become something of an automatic text generator. I wonder what forms a "good disruption" of the Stiegler algorithm might take?


On 16/09/2016 13:37, Felix Stalder wrote:
[I came across this article by Bernhard Stiegler, which peaked my
interest in the context of the discussion of accelerationism. But as I
was reading along, what struck me even more is how good the standard
automatic translation has become.... Felix]

With Ars Industrialis, I ask that we must re-appropriate the digital to produce what the
physicist Erwin Schrödinger named "negative entropy" : the
diversification of living that opposes entropy, the tendency to
degradation physical systems. We need to make Uber allowing a new
possibility, on an entirely different register. This implies a "good
disruption": question everything, not bypassing the deliberation but
rather, by making the object of the deliberation, to change methods in
all sectors - education, work, planning, research, and citizenship ...

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