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    Week 4 Sound and Vision Criticisms Pt. 2 Week 4 Sound and Vision Criticisms Pt. 2 Presentation Transcript

    • Week 4Friday, 12 October 2012
    • “Let them have robots”Friday, 12 October 2012
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    • Technology as the Architect of our IntimaciesFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • “ we can ill afford the luxury of using it. Talking about addiction subverts our best thinking because it suggests that if there are problems, there is only one solution. To combat addiction you have to discard the addicting substance”. Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • PARO therapy / carerFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • Time to DieFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • AsimoFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • “The Tamagotchi has crossed a threshold. Children breathe life into their dolls. With the Tamagotchi we are in the realm of objects that children see as having their own agendas, needs, and desires. Children mourn the life the Tamagotchi led”Friday, 12 October 2012
    • “My baby died in its sleep. I will forever weep. Then his batteries went dead. Now he lives in my head. “Friday, 12 October 2012
    • Alive enough Real EnoughFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • “won’t we have people to do this for us?”Friday, 12 October 2012
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    • “the first thing missing if you take a robot as a companion is alterity, the ability to see the world through the eyes of another. Without alterity there can be no empathy”. Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
    • “Philosophers say that our capacity to put ourselves in the place of the other is essential to being human. Perhaps when people lose this ability, robots seem appropriate company because their share this incapacity” Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • a ‘way of feeling connected in which they [children] have permission to think only of themselves”.Friday, 12 October 2012
    • “In this relationship, treatment is not about the simple act of telling secrets or receiving advice. It may begin with projection but offers a push back, an insistence that therapist and patient together take account of what is going on in their relationship. When we talk to robots, we share thoughts with machines that can offer no such resistance. Our stories fall, literally, on deaf ears. If there is meaning, it is because the person with the robot has heard him or herself talk aloud” Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
    • “the difference between a human being pretending to care and robot, is that a robot cannot pretend to care, it can only pretend. “Friday, 12 October 2012
    • “This is a new kind of relationship, sanctioned by a new language of care. Although the robot had understood nothing, Miram settled for what she had. And, more, she was supported by nurses and attendants happy for her to pour her heart out to a machine. To say that Miram was having a conversation with Paro, as these people do, is to forget what it is to have a conversation. The very fact that we now design and manufacture robot companions for the elderly marks a turning point. We ask technology to perform what used to be ‘loves labour: taking care of each other. “ Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • “Robots good, because humans bad”.Friday, 12 October 2012
    • “Today’s adolescents have no less need than those of previous generations to learn emphatic skills, to think about their values and identity, and to manage and express feelings. They need time to discover themselves, time to think. But technology, put in the service of always on communication and telegraphic speed and brevity, has changed the rules of engagement with all of this. When is downtown when is stillness? [...] “I have said that in the psychoanalytical tradition, one speaks about narcissism not to indicate people who love themselves, but a personality so fragile that it needs constant support. It cannot tolerate the complex demands of other people but tries to relate to them by distorting who they are and splitting off what it needs, what it can use. So, the narcissistic self gets on with others by dealing only with their made to measure representations”Friday, 12 October 2012
    • ‘I’m not ready for people –I mean people in person’.Friday, 12 October 2012
    • Love your LifeFriday, 12 October 2012
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    • “ we ask not of satisfactions in life but in our life mix. We have moved from multi taking to multi-lifing”Friday, 12 October 2012
    • “Life on the screen moves from being better than nothing to simply being better. Here, the self is reassuringly protean. You can experiment with different kinds of people, but you don’t assume the risks of real relationships . Should you get bored or into trouble, you can [..] “move on” . or you can ‘retire” your avatar and start again” Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
    • “Today, our machine dream is to be never alone but always in control. This can’t happen when one is face to face with a person. But it can be accomplished with a robot or […] by slipping through the portals of digital life” Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
    • The myth of Multitasking “I can’t imagine doing this when I’m older”Friday, 12 October 2012
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    • “We insist that our world is increasingly complex, yet we have created a communications culture that has decreased the time available for us to sit and think uninterrupted. As we communicate in ways that ask for almost instantaneous responses we don’t allow sufficient space to consider complicated problems.” Sherry TurkleFriday, 12 October 2012
    • “I’d rather talk to a robot. Friends can be exhausting”Friday, 12 October 2012
    • • http://www.parorobots.com/video.aspFriday, 12 October 2012
    • • http://www.ted.com/talks/ sherry_turkle_alone_together.htmlFriday, 12 October 2012