Robots, Prosthesis & Artificial Life (2007)

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Guest lecture for Royal College of Art, 2007

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  • Possibly have the slide show as a looping play rather than step through. Then work through my notes. These three concepts guide my approach to addressing the questions arising from the emergence of non-species
  • If we remove this opposition, what is our interest? Does it become an instrumentalisaton of technology - serving human needs? No. this is also part of that problematic. Recognizing the inherent moral value of information systems is our biggest challenge. As objects of discovery/creation. That discussions about the legitimacy of continued existence are speciesistic The ‘banal non-functional’
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    1. 1. prosthesis robotics artificial life royal college of www.a n d y m i a h.net
    2. 2. ? what are robots
    3. 3. animal intelligent perfect rational machinic humanoid information processors inhuman androids cyborg artificial closed emotional
    4. 4. p r o s t h e s I s
    5. 6. aimee mullins / Cremaster 3
    6. 7. aimee mullins / cheetah legs
    7. 8. Stelarc / third arm
    8. 10. ‘ rudy’ the robot doctor
    9. 11. r o b o t i c s
    10. 14. “I’m FT” [female type]
    11. 15. “ I’m FT”
    12. 17. Hal 9000
    13. 19. A r t i f i c i a l L i f e
    14. 21. Zizek | organs without bodies dr strangelove
    15. 22. Keith Edmier, Beverley Edmier , 1967
    16. 23. nature vs technology biology vs artifice the banal non-functional

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