In the interview, Matteo Pasquinelli states:
»Let’s look at self-driving cars for example: they are indeed almost a mythological object, but they are a good example of AI ambitions because they aim to automate a very complex form of labor that is the labor of the driver.«
The interview functions as an overview about the ideological form, the logical form, the technical form and the social form of artificial intelligence. Pasquinelli describes AI as automation of manual, mental, visual, and organizational labor.
Matteo Pasquinelli a professor in media philosophy at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe where he is coordinating the research group “KIM” on Artificial Intelligence and media philosophy. His research focuses on the intersection of cognitive sciences, digital economy, and machine intelligence.
The interview was conducted by Francis Hunger (HMKV) for »Training the Archive.« To see the other videos in the series, click here or go to the YouTube playlist.