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Love Against the Machine

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was a long time ago it's a bit of a pleasure to meet you have faker cup that song here in Germany bit of a guilty pleasure of some
sort and high I'm jeremy and I used to be active is so used to do about everything that was in my power at the time from campaigning to speaking to politicians to speaking to John these 2 going around to try and defend freedoms of lines of will and freedoms online for for a number of years and since then I recovered from the burn outs the and managed to take a bit of distance from what I was doing before and uh this is what led me to um a bit of a crazy III has Bates hypothesis that they want to submit to you today uh I had this privilege to be able to take a distance from the field distance from the trenches a distance from what was of use to mean some years ago and I I somehow wanted to to share this privilege uh with you because we're we're facing um troubled times have had to say the least uh this massive political crisis that we face in each and every country in the world uh where people don't know where to look people don't know uh if there is even a meaning to vote anymore um let alone for whom to vote I have the impression
that is some a major political crisis a match is somehow a technology goal and ethical crisis we're facing today the same way we don't know where to
look when it comes to politics apparently we don't know where to look when it comes to technology we know everything has gone to to to shit we know everything is ruined and still we're looking for answers and then not of obvious yet so what I want to propose here is in no way answers Abbott may be a way of asking the questions and may be asking the questions in a in a different way
so we've in his times where we have so many for islands on social media
connections everywhere but yet somehow we feel alone we live in this era I where we have access to everything with the internet right but nevertheless we feel powerless the there have big theory I want to develop here is that maybe or relationship to the machine with an upper-case M to the machines in general to all these devices in bits and bleeps and bloops interconnected together maybe your relationship to all this defines profoundly a relationship to each other a relationship to power and eventually are religious relationship to ourselves and so this is what I
want to explore here with you in this in this small experiment if you will and have you ever felt like crushing the device and you ever I am going to ask you to raise your hand as you ever felt something that was close to hate in relationship to the machines will here felt that at least once so we we have a vast majority of people here In at that conference so 1 could imagine
that some of the most text CD the most knowledgeable people about technology the majority of people a year is raising their hands so what's happening here I remember being a kid getting this a bit computer OK sure I was a kid and sure it's my memory from being a kid which makes it even at less of a of a thing but I remember profoundly loving this bit of metal in silicon in bits and bleeps and bloops this thing was my my life for number of years uh when I was idle 12 or 15 years old if I would've been asked to choose between my friends and my computer I'm afraid I would even have chosen the computer and then I'd only few remember this error I don't know how old and obsolete it makes me sound to even speak about it those machines or rather simple you would open them was a screwdriver you would look at the manual in Indian would find a list of each and every components that watching together on the circuit you would have access to everything about the machine nothing was hidden everything was there for you to play mostly all programmer bits and do stuff
so what happened what happens from then to now now it seems like we're living in this dystopian presence that where computers turn into or enemies all rather computers have been engineered in a way where we would be their enemies it's the cyber mediator a complex if you want to call it somehow and it's what we've
seen through the disclosures if it was noted and many others it's the fact that those companies some of which are actually exposing Annex Hall are in bed with in this saying and was a foreign policy agenda of the US Google Apple Facebook Microsoft's all these people who became household names was all these companies would the legit you may see is usually not opposed by any 1 those products and services that are used by a vast measuring the of people wrote online integrates in their design parameters that make us the enemy those black boxes those devices we have you pockets actually computers actually 2 computers 1 we can control and 1 that has been kept by design away from us away from the remote possibility that we we control that will understand it it's called the baseband chips and this should sum up how are also called the master chip when the when we control is called the slave ship this is not just a technical term this is a profound shift In the way computers are built and in the way we should be understanding computers we've been excluded from computers we've been expropriated from the very own devices we think we own and we carry along with us in our pockets
hence the feeling of unfairness when something phase it may be the case that there's nothing you could do about it has this feeling that stuff is being left and explains that we're out of control and this is what it feels when your truly excluded from something I want to call this the hatred based computing computing platforms that are designed to take us the users the people in as potential enemies of the machine we all potential enemy combatants we all accessible to the NSA and its peers everything we do everything we say is
being transmitted and stored in a way that makes it both possible some data to go back to words itself what's happening there what's happening there in a world where we know that algorithms are about to take some of the most important decisions analyze when these very computers that have been designed by those companies in bed with if are about to decide who is about to get an insurance policy or not who is about to get a loan or not who is about to be hired or not but when we're excluded from these
decisions when the whole process has been made in an obscure way where we cannot understand and even think about what's going on this is when we feel lonely this is when we feel powerless this is when we feel there is no hope about the world so this is when we don't have the possibility anymore to
understand what's going on this is when by design by engineering and by the commercial real of a few companies we lose the ability to even exert all critical thinking and eventually we lose our ability to participate in society so the thank for a while let's ask
ourselves what's going on here and is there a way out is there a way forward in a world of hatred based computing where will we find
love is there any love to find in this world well yeah we may ask ourselves what love is about and we may spend a whole life asking also these questions I'm in no way as I said earlier trying to bring any answer to anything just asking questions here the what is love was somehow about understanding what a slum word was about tolerance when you love something with someone you know that they have flaws you just accept the floors when you love someone something that may have been completely unacceptable UN tolerable the day before it becomes acceptable because you understand because you understand someone because you understand that that someone is diverse has several aspects of their personality that you understand that the someone is not perfect this understanding in loving is somehow
a reflection about ourselves a reflection about understanding of or very own selves understanding that you love someone with their flaws is
somehow getting a step closer to loving yourself with your own flaws and accepting to be loved by someone was on floors the it's about tolerance it's about understanding but it's also about support it's about being there with someone for someone maybe also when everything is not rosy you maybe when everything is not going well it's about being there in the difficult moments for someone well In my house big theory
here is that we find that love in computing we find that loving technology it is they're out there for us to find you've all heard of free and label software rights so far it has been sold to us by nerds for nerds and I'm I'm honored myself so I don't see this as an
insult but so far it has been understood as a rather technical matter right it's about a license it's about legally use in law and you like that except twisted lawyers uh who cares about the software even really seriously bits of lines of code in law how we rather click on the on the friends and the stars in the hearts that freely free software is about love and that's that's what what I'm all about here free software is about understanding that computers are
not perfect but the world we're living is not perfect that the way we interact and communicate together is not perfect free software is this object here and at the center of the of the stroma and
on in the center of humanity is an object that is at the same time the material and belonging to everybody free software is a way to organize a public sphere in which we products In in it would produce sorry industrial matter to make sure that everybody will be part of it that everybody will have the same freedoms that the initial
author on the bits of software free sub-stories that is before everything is social contract it's about saying if you agree to be part of that club where we all love and share then welcome if your whole order if you're an exploiter if you want to make people prisoners then go and play somewhere else that's what free suffer is all about the it's about this possibility of participation and you remember I told you in my in my idea love is about understanding which means understanding of the floors of the floors of the others and the flows of ourselves so maybe there's something to think about
here when we see a piece of software when we've been basked in the the marketing of those companies and I think of uploading particle are where everything should be of 1 shape of 1 aspect uniform and you shall learn to learn to to love the uniformity you shall recognize yourself identify yourself With this uniformity where you can't think where you come criticized because you can't know what's happening when you've learned to
appreciate a piece of software screen of the computer that way what do you think of for software are this is missing here this is not really pretty on this could be a little bit different and this could be a little bit prettier that I just going to something else and go back to my apple my point is that
if we learned to love the floors in free software we get a reward from it because learning to love something wholly including its flaws Indian helps to love ourselves whenever we see something that is not working well in free software it doesn't mean that somebody highly paid in some company in Silicon Valley
has not been doing their job right it means that 1 of
us has an opportunity here to help common participate and do something right the everything that is missing to date in the field of free software is as many opportunities to all of us to be part of this world wide initiative towards bringing back a lot of in computing loving what doesn't work understanding what doesn't work is an essential process when understanding what does work and my my theory here is that the smear a fact this simple exercise of trying to understand what work and what doesn't when done in a benevolent way so is precisely what brings us to a path of understanding what brings us in a state of mind where you don't consume anymore the mashine whose control has been taken away from you but when you become a participant free software with this beautiful some of the pictures and quicksand bleeps and bloops brings us face to face with very own diversity With all very own contradictions with very floors but if when facing a very on flaws we decide to look somewhere else and walk away how is it that we become better persons how is it that we even have an opportunity to to have any influence in this world my point here is that this infinite energy that is the law of and passion can and must be together towards building this world where or imagination and or understanding be mutualise for experimenting that's the heart of what we can do with
all cells with all others and with the world with an open approach to things we can experiment and that's what free softer is all about it is about trying
something pushing it out there and ask them to the world what you think maybe we made a mistake then we learn how to not to make this mistake again experimenting experimenting is the path toward words a loss of the as it's being cold in there and that's it's it's a sometimes it's the past to wars accepting all mistakes the same way we accept all floors and value on the states in the same way we could value of false because of running from them is learning to become better the as a conclusion free
softer is not an end in itself I think it is truly an inspiration for models in society where we can work together with joy full and collaborative practice where we accept or diversity where there is
a role for every 1 of us free software is not about cold really it's about a common practice in a common understanding you contribute to free software with translation was using free software was sending an e-mail to its author saying hey you're good I like it you contribute to free software sometimes was graphic design sparing a few cycles of your online time to just speak about it by giving the legal advice all by just buying beer to somebody being part of this beautiful and experiments so a joyful practice with oral for everyone where we learn collectively you about all floors where we learn about to fail and to love of failures and learn about of failures I think is the path to understanding is the path to being box of something when we felt left alone is the path to the that feeling of belonging that we sometimes means when we feel along that of a feeling of belonging based on love love of the others love of a better world we can build together and maybe hopefully love of ourselves and and I think you very much and I want to hear you about that no thank you you and you will you you you you think you very much so generally for this much-needed love a well called love and I guess we have we have time for questions time for 2 or 3 questions or other reactions or what my waiting for the more edges and more here is a slide that is way too small for anyone to read I hope so we don't waste time with readings slides because you're a smaller panorama of free software projects that I think the hope in the future that are some of the most uh The Dude if the projects that gave me the the most uh joy in the last uh weeks and months and don't try to read it now you can look it up later on the video where every ship it's actually readable various smaller fonts um well yes for questions and all n equals questions yes so thank you
so much for the love that you put in the movement and I wanted to ask because that a question that asking everyone do you think that these can be a good the bottom 4 point for a new form mean the nationalism and and a hell of a wonder like you to elaborate how these can connect people who
do not speak the same language but who share the same no well that's thanks for this
uh this the essential question in internationalism I've always been folds by the nationalists and fascists off
every sort of uh I think internationalism is something truly scary for whoever wants to reinforce the myth of the nation state and an old the uh have borders and slides and oppression that come along with it I think that inevitably as we are witnessing the the maybe did the did the failure of nation states and the failure of politics as it was conceived before we'll be looking for as entities and that these alternatives will be international and we be cross-border
free software as as a movement is international from its inception uh I cannot tell you if we will truly managed to to reach a peace love and unity on on a global scale yet of course those cultural differences exist um composing with them is great part of the learning we see this happening today I don't know if you've heard of must on which
is alive scales social experience uh of uh and and uh sideration so the decentralization of communication but I don't know what a mastodon we'd been 6 months or 1 year from now but what happened is already an amazing experiments and is amazing teachings we have already from that 1 . 6 thousand networks of computers over the network that are part of this mastodon thing and on this network some people in Japan find it natural and it's culturally acceptable route to send drawings of little kids in suggestive positions is culturally OK in Japan In France it's a criminal offense drawing of underage is a criminal offense so how do we bridge this gap I hunters you have no clue what's happening in between these instances on mastodon is therefore the way to go where was benevolence to was each other
we try to see how it goes we try to somehow hacking production because there is no other way than to try and maybe fail and try again so I hope that inevitably will be going to what some form of
it's not internationalism some more international uh cooperation between people yes OK any more questions so reaction that would be time from 1
more maybe if not then well well well well if we have time for 1 more that's exactly enough time that I need to go back to this end invite you uh to find um 1 of these projects that
would speak to your heart's not projects here related to operating systems and software like cubes OS like Alpine Linux like replicon that is a fully free software distribution for the mobile phones uh in the hardware section you can see low risk that might be the the next computing platform for freedoms online you can see the wonderful CAE-CAD that enables you to design a free hardware was very very professional tools uh you can see all mean all the protocol will be speaking next in order to encrypt all communications online or OP MSG that may be a replacement for a GPG sorry for the acronyms I'm not responsible for the names of these projects uh you can see my own cloud a y you know host here ask yourself what you could do to contribute 5
minutes 30 minutes of your time to 1 of these projects it can be really 1 tweet 1 blog posts it can be making a donation of 1 or 10 euros it can be going to the mailing list and say hi I love you guys it can be as simple as using it for 10 minutes and finding something that you think could be optimized and contribute that as a bug reports or feature requests ask not what free suffer can do to you but what you can do for free software I think that's that's that's a good set of centers for
the and again many many things and much much-loved Jeremy how are
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Titel Love Against the Machine
Serientitel re:publica 2017
Teil 173
Anzahl der Teile 235
Autor Zimmermann, Jérémie
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/32995
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract Computers changed over the last 20 years, from friendly machines we could understand, control and improve upon to black-boxed prisons designed at spying upon and controlling us. How come we are now an increasing number to *hate* these machines, when we remember a past in which we used to passionately love them? This shift of modern computing towards "enemy machines" has a profound impact on geopolitics (think "Trump's NSA"), on power relationships (think "We know what you did online for the last 15 years") but also on our humanities and the way we learn, share and relate to each other. How to rethink our relationship to machines, how to rebuild trust...

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