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He is currently senior lecturer and researcher in visual communication at the University of Art and Design in Lausanne (ECAL) and freelance on diverse editorial projects.
He recently published with Nicolas Nova “DADABOT: An Introduction to Machinic Creolization,” a book about the role of software and bots in cultural production, and the hybridization of cultural forms (music, visual arts, literature) produced by digital technologies.
As a 2012-2013 Fulbright Fellow to France in Journalism, she reported about squatter communities; she has also worked as a translator of fiction and screen and stage plays from French and taught at Panthéon-Assas University.
writes about visual culture and the impact of technology on our ways of seeing.
Today, we have more smart machines around us, more bots than humans on the web, virtual assistants in our homes, bedrooms and pockets.
The Bot Like Me symposium invites designers, technologists, artists, and writers to share perspectives on the growing intimacy and emotional relationships we have with algorithms, data, and machines – and the impact they all have on us.
They are contemporary artists working on, and with, the Internet.
Their practice expands from the digital to physical spaces, often intentionally applying loss of control to challenge established structures and mechanisms.
Prior to that, she was founder and CEO of an AI search engine company, which expanded across Asia and went public overseas.
is an author and journalist who broke the story in 2015 about bots in the Ashley Madison database.
She is the Tech Culture Editor at Ars Technica, and the founding editor of io9.
Her research background is in cognitive sciences, and Yearsley has four patents in the field.
Liz Klinger is the co-founder and CEO of Lioness Health, a company dedicated to improving the lives of women by opening up the conversation around women’s sexual health using technology.