OK, correct this time. In 20 mins @tgupper presents 'Representations of AI - Why we need to do better' for summerschool.scholar.social/20

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Representations of AI - Why we need to do better by @tgupper will now be taking place on Friday 29th July 2022 at 12:00. You might want to check your availability on the website.

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@cadxdr Taking an oath after conducting research also doesn't seem to make much sense. People need to think about ethics (and safety) *before* research.

I refereed my first robot soccer match at RoboCup 2022 yesterday!

Come see @tgupper talk about how the media represents AI at 12:00 UTC on July 25!

"I will further argue that using more realistic images is an important step to empower the public debate on how we want to live with technologies in the future."

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What a narrow victory for “Representations of AI – Why we need to do better” as the topic of my presentation at ! Thanks so much to everyone who responded to my survey, it really makes me happy to see that you are interested in several of the topics I am working on. Hope to see you all at summerschool!

So excited that is back! What topic would you like to hear about from me?

I am a cultural anthropologist working on the programming processes through which software for humanoid robots is written. And a fan of generative art.

Two hours left for the survey regarding the topic of my talk at , and there is a tie! Thank you so much to everyone who has already participated, if you haven’t voted yet and would like to hear one of these talks, vote now!

The thing about large language models like GPT-3 and Lambda describing the experience of being self-aware is they can also describe the experience of being a squirrel.
aiweirdness.com/interview-with

@cadxdr I think it is important to differentiate between autoethnography, the analysis of one's personal experiences, and what is often called "anthropology at home", conducting research within one's social environment. You can of course combine both, but the methodological approaches are different. Regarding ethnographic interviews, I learned a lot from Spradley's "The Ethnographic Interview", regarding autoethnography I can recommend Adams’, Jones’ and Ellis’ “Autoethnography” :)

So excited that is back! What topic would you like to hear about from me?

I am a cultural anthropologist working on the programming processes through which software for humanoid robots is written. And a fan of generative art.

Re-Post. Gibt ja einige neue Follower.

Die Abkehr von einem FreeMailer wie Gmail, GMX, Outlook und Co. ist ein erster Schritt zu mehr digitaler Selbstbestimmung. 👇

#gmail #mail #outlook #datenschutz

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I signed up to present at #SummerSchool. I did it last year, and I believe that these kinds of informal conferences are just as important as the formal ones.

I proposed a talk called "Potentially illegal amateur radio transmissions" about one (of the many ways) we can rethink the #AmateurRadio hobby to meet 21st Century needs and 21st Century people.

#HamRadio #HamR

I have written a new blog post! This one is about my first hybrid art project, in which I have written code that generates images and then used one of them as a template for an acrylic painting. Check out my blog for more infos: tamaragupper.de/blog/

@jbuendgenskosten I also try to sort my sources from best to worst when writing literature-based passages. It really helps working out what arguments in a source are helpful for the current purpose and how different sources compare in that respect.

Found some generated bugs, overflowers and funky fingers in my post box and absolutely love them <3 Thank you so much @bleeptrack , they will decorate my laptop from now on :)

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