Uncanny dialogues with the machine

Uncanny dialogues with the machine In early September, we had the pleasure of opening the dialogues seminar series with a discussion with artist Albena Baeva and composer Sam Salem. In the works of both of these artists, the creative explorations take place in the terrains of not-quite, ambiguous or uncanny. In Baeva’s works experimental, combinatory […]

Human Identity and Culture (PhD Course)

A new course, and new colleagues: Together with Helena Lindgren, I designed and taught a PhD level course with the title “Human Identity and Culture”. This course discusses how culture, identity, and technology are shaped in mutual interaction. It focuses on aspects of discrimination that do emerge out of this interaction. In the course, we […]

Interdisciplinary strengths

Interdisciplinary strengths This spring got an inspiring start in the form of the second annual WASP-HS Winter Conference. As a meeting of The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society, it brings together an interdisciplinary community of researchers and doctoral students affiliated with the Graduate School and its diverse research projects. […]