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Cyberfeminism And Artificial Life

  title={Cyberfeminism And Artificial Life},
  author={Ute Dreher},

Is the post-human a post-woman? Cyborgs, robots, artificial intelligence and the futures of gender: a case study

This study aims to shed light on the debate about the futures of gender, by taking into account its significance in the current development of Artificial Intelligence (AI), cyborg technologies and

Robot visions

This article explores the resonating figures of primate, child, and robot in contemporary technoscientific corporealizations of the ‘almost human’ by imagining what other possibilities there might be for figuring humans, robots, and their relations if the authors escape the reiterative imaginary of the robot as proxy for becoming human.


The present article endeavors to study Stephen Baxter’s two novels, namely World Engines: Destroyer (2019) and World Engines: Creator (2020), in order to analyze the role of agential realism of the

Rising With the Robots: Towards a Human-Machine Autonomy for Digital Socialism

  • C. Cox
  • Art
    tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society
  • 2020
This essay is concerned with conceptualising digital socialism in two ways. First, this essay typifies digital socialism as a real utopian project bringing together the utopian potential of “full

Molecular Feminisms: Biology, Becomings, and Life in the Lab

"Should feminists clone?" "What do neurons think about?" "How can we learn from bacterial writing?" These and other provocative questions have long preoccupied neuroscientist, molecular biologist,

Artificial Life and the Philosophy of Science

This paper investigates both facets of the question of whether and to what degree Artificial Life systems could potentially be considered ‘alive’ in the sense that the authors take naturally occuring biological systems to be, and explores the philosophical and practical implications of possible answers.

Queer Practices, Queer Rhetoric, Queer Technologies: Studies of Digital Performativity in Gendered Network Culture

Computer technology, however, is not, and at some point the erasure of distinction between execution and code grounds itself in the mastery of the totality of computation.

AI/VR: situated animation in the Library of Babel

  • Dr Eleanor Dare
  • Art
    2018 IEEE 1st Workshop on Animation in Virtual and Augmented Environments (ANIVAE)
  • 2018
If cinema represents the ‘most replete and consuming instance of an interface for dreaming’ [1], what more can we expect of virtual technologies and Artificial Intelligence, or indeed, of computation

Activismo social femenino en la esfera pública digital

This paper analyzes how, after years of an apathy participative attitude, women have decided to claim situations of injustice and gender inequality. Social networks have made it possible to

Technology of the Surround

  • Beth Coleman
  • Computer Science
    Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience
  • 2021
An analysis of two AI modalities to demonstrate the potential of AI as mechanism that creates patterns of association outside of a purely reproductive condition and a summation of what AI in the wild can contribute to the subversion of technologies of oppression toward a liberatory potential ofAI.



Bots: The Origin of New Species

From the Publisher: Bots is the story of cyberspace's first indigenous species. These bots - mere strings of code - are now poised to change our lives. They are as close to us as the nearest

The Future Looms: Weaving Women and Cybernetics

Ada was not really Ada Byron, but Ada Lovelace, and her father was never Prime Minister: these are the fictions of William Gibson and Bruce Sterling, whose book The Difference Engine sets its tale in

Darwin's Dangerous Idea

WHEN I WAS A SCHOOLBOY, MY FRIEND and I used to amuse ourselves with fantasies about an imaginary chemical we called universal acid. I have no idea whether we invented it or inherited it, along with

Cyberspace/Cyberbodies/Cyberpunk: Cultures of Technological Embodiment

Cultures of Technological Embodiment - Mike Featherstone and Roger Burrows An Introduction Feedback and Cybernetics - David Tomas Reimaging the Body in the Age of Cybernetics The Future Looms - Sadie

Clone The Road To Dolly And The Path Ahead

The clone the road to dolly and the path ahead is universally compatible with any devices to read, allowing you to get the most less latency time to download any of the authors' books like this one.

Artificial life meets entertainment: lifelike autonomous agents

Langton offers a nice overview of the different research questions studied by the discipline, which spans such diverse topics as artificial evolution, artificial ecosystems, artificial morphogenesis, molecular evolution, and many more.

Cyborgs at Large: Interview with Donna Haraway

Andrew Ross: Many people from different audiences and disciplines came to your work through "A Manifesto for Cyborgs," which has become a cult text since its appearance in Socialist Review in 1985.

Creation: Life and How to Make It

From the Publisher: Working mostly alone, almost single-handedly writing 250,000 lines of computer code, Steve Grand produced Creatures, a revolutionary computer game that allowed players to create

Artificial Life as Philosophy

Artificial Life research is the creation of prosthetically controlled thought experiments of indefinite complexity, a great way of confirming or disconfirming many of the intuitions or hunches that otherwise have to pass as data for the sorts of conceptual investigations that define the subject matter of philosophy.

Artificial knowing: gender and the thinking machine

One that the authors will refer to break the boredom in reading is choosing artificial knowing gender and the thinking machine as the reading material.