"Elena Esposito: Future and uncertainty in the digital society" herunterladen als:
Issues such as AI are becoming increasingly important to our society. How should it be handled in the future? The Professor Elena Esposito studies problems of time in social systems, including memory and forgetting, fashion and transience, probability calculus, fiction, and the use of time in finance. Her current research focuses on the possibility and forms of forgetting on the web, on a sociology of algorithms and on the proliferation of rankings and ratings for the management of information.
What does prediction by algorithms and AI mean? Organisations and administrations are collecting and storing massive amounts of data in order to detect patterns in the present and generate expected scenarios of the future. How do algorithms and AI help us in coping with increasing uncertainties and huge amounts of data – and at what price? What can we know, in turn, about these technological infrastructures of our society? How does AI shift our understanding and production of knowledge? And how do algorithmic forecasts affect our relationship with the future?
00:00:30 Opening ModerationJeanette Hofmann 00:04:20 Tobi Müller – Moderator 00:11:20 Elena Esposito 00:57:50 Discussion Esposito/ Müller 01:29:22 Moderated conversation and questions from the Audience
Der Vortrag wurde simultan übersetzt. Das Video mit der deutschen Tonspur finden Sie Externer Link: hier. The lecture was translated simultaneously into German. Please find the German video Externer Link: here.
Produktion: kooperative Berlin<br> Moderator: Tobi Müller
Spieldauer: 117 Min.
hrsg. von: Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG)