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the In this and in the the the the next talk is is marvelous divided she's an artistic and writer from the Netherlands do and she's working with a lots of different materials and media and at the moment she's during the 8 8 game cell the topic is the why do we want fries computers the the and dehumanize ourselves in the process to and we have among both which is during the translation the talk is in English and a Google translate into French and German OK give a big applause from others and at the thank you get and thank you all for coming my name is 1 of the folk and I'm going to talk about anthropomorphic station and I will approach this and as a survival strategy see how it works and if it is effective and when I'm
speaking of big data which is an umbrella term my focus will be on the social technical aspect of the phenomenon the assumptions and beliefs surrounding the data and on research using data exhaust or found data such as status updates on social media Web searches and credit card payment that and now my slides frozen food 1 quarter of all the that that that that had I will in a moment cowsheds completely frozen I'm very sorry and technical staff I have to exit if I can yeah I can't help it you and to get rid of something think good should we just kill it so this to the the to me and the say that they can have a copy still in this work in this course we think and what the problem is started in the
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sorry for the interruption I wanted to start by letting Silicon Valley itself there still tell a story about technology really sorry about the interruption so Silicon Valley propaganda during our lifetime whereabouts see the transformation of the human race truly something the blows my mind every time I think about it people have no idea how fast the world is changing and I wanna give you a sense of that because it fills me with all and with an extraordinary sense of responsibility I want to give you a sense of why now is different wide this decade the next decade is not interesting times but the most of the extraordinary times ever in human history and a truly are what we're talking about here is the notion that faster cheaper computing power which is almost like a force of nature is driving a whole slew of technologies being the force that takes which used to be stars and make it abundance that is why we're heading towards this extraordinary age of abundance the future will not take care of itself as we know the world looks to America for progress in America looks to California and if you ask most Californians where they get their progress del . towards debate but here at the baby there is no place left to point so we have to create solutions and my goal is to simplify complexity take Internet technology and crossed it with an old industry and magic and progress and big things can happen the I really think there are 2 fundamental paths for humans 1 path we stay on Earth forever as some eventual extinction event wipes this out I don't have a doomsday prophecy but history suggests some doomsday event will happen the alternative is becoming a space-faring and multi this multi planetary species and it will be like really fun to go you'll have a great time we will settle March and we should because it's called when it comes to space I see it as my job to build infrastructure the hard way I'm using my resources to put in the infrastructure so that the next generation of people can have a dynamic entrepreneurial solar system as interesting as we see on the Internet today we want a population to keep growing on this planet we want to keep using more energy per capita death makes me very angry probably the most extreme form of inequalities between people who are life and people who are dead I have the idea that aging is plastic that it's encoded and if something is encoded you can crack the code if you can crack the code you can hack the code is thermodynamically there should be no reason we can't infer entropy indefinitely we can end a gene for ever but this is not about Silicon Valley billionaire living for ever off the blood of young people it's about a Star Trek future where no 1 died of preventable diseases where life is fair health technology is becoming an information technology where we can read and edit our own she knows clearly is possible through technology to make death optional yes our bodies are information processing systems we can enable human transformations that would rival Marvel Comics super muscularity Ultra-endurance super radiation resistance you could have people living on the moons of Jupiter would be modified in this way and they could physically harvest energy from the gamma rays that were exposed to form a culture connected with the ideology of the future promoting technical progress artificial intellects multibody immortality inside border station we are at the beginning of the beginning the 1st hour of day 1 there has never been more opportunities the greatest products of the next 25 years have not been invented yet you are not too late we're going to take over the world 1 robot at a time is gonna be an AI that is able to source creates sold answer just what is your desire I mean this is almost got few of the view future AI it's gonna be magic especially in the digital manufacturing world what is going to be created will effectively be got the idea needs to spread before the technology the church how we spread the word of the gospel if you believe in it start a conversation with someone else and help them understand the same things in computers are going to take over from humans no question but when I got that thinking in my head about if I'm going to be treated in a future as a pet to the smart machines well I'm gonna treat mount that dog really nice but in the end we may just have created a species that is above us chaining it isn't gonna be the solution as it will be stronger than any change could put on the existential risk that is associated with a I will not be able to be a ISO so then as the saying goes if you can't beat them join them history has shown us we aren't gonna win this war by changing human behavior but maybe we can build systems that are so locked down that humans use the ability to make dumb mistakes until we gain the ability to upgrade human brain it's the only way let's stop pretending we can hold back the development of intelligence when there are clear massive short-term economic benefits to those who develop it and instead understand the future and have a treat us like a beloved elder who created it as accompanied 1 of our greatest cultural strengths is accepting the fact that if you're gonna invent you're gonna disrupt the progress is happening because there is an economic advantage to having machines work for you and solve problems for you people are chasing
that AI the term has become more of a broad almost marketing-driven term and I'm probably OK with that what matters is what people think of when they hear this we are in a deadly race between politics and technology the fate of our world may depend on the effort of a single person who builds a propagates the machinery of freedom that makes the world safe for capitalism new all quotes every
single 1 not only Silicon Valley CEOs speak of technology in mysterious ways let's see some examples from the media artificial Intelligence regulation let's not regulate mathematics headline from import but I 0 4 May 2016 about the European General Data Protection Regulation and the article concludes autonomous car should be regulate should be regulated as cars they should safely deliver users to their destinations in the real world and over all reduce the number of accidents how they achieve this is irrelevant with enough data the numbers speak for themselves which comes from the super famous article the end of the theory from Chris anderson in Wired magazine 2008
Google creates an AI that can teach itself to be better name humans headline from the independent the article continues the company's AI division DeepMind has unveiled alpha goes 0 an extremely advanced system that managed to accumulate thousands of years of human knowledge within days Microsoft apologizing for the team checked but gone Nazi stating it wasn't their fault were deeply sorry for the unintended and hurtful tweets from the which do not represent we are or what we stand for nor how we designed a yeah the
and then the PC world article AI just 3 D printed a brand new Rembrandt and shockingly good the subtitle reads the next Rembrandt project used data on deep-learning to produce uncanny results
advertising firm J. Walter Thompson unveiled a 3 D printed painting called the next Rembrandt based on 346 paintings of the old master not just PC world that many more articles touted similar titles presenting the painting to the public as if it were made by a computer a 3 D printer AI in deep learning it is clear that the computer programmers who work on the project are not computers and the there are 2 people who attacked the 346 Rembrandt paintings by hand the painting was made by a team of programmers and researchers and it took them 18 months to do so what is communicated through these messages
is that the computer did yet there is no strong AI as in consciousness the machines at this moment only very clever automation meaning it was really us we comprehend the role and function of nonhuman actors rationally but still intuitively approached and differently we and the more fights and stories about the intelligent things machines can do and force the belief in the human like agency of machines so
why do we do it I'd like to think of this as to survival strategies that found each other in big data and a discourse George started dockets in the book in our own image describes the root of and from authorization during the evolution of the modern mind was acquired and develop general-purpose language through social language and this 1st social language was a way of grooming of creating social cohesion we gain theory of mind to believe that other people have thoughts desires intentions and feelings of their own empathy and this led to describing of the world in social terms perceiving everything around us as agents possessing mind including the nonhuman when hunting and for more writing animals had a great advantage which strategize predict the movement they show through multiple experiment
of reason that were picking up on this and authorization and they shows some of the experiments that we haven't changed that much so multiple experiments based show how People Treat Computers Television and New Media Like Real People and Places even though test subjects were completely unaware of it they responded to computers as they would to people being polite cooperative attributing personality characteristics such as aggressiveness humor expertise and even gender meaning we haven't evolved that much still do it in microsoft unfortunately misinterpreted the research and develop the innocent get much hated 52 paper-clip appearing 1 year later in office 97 this survival strategy found its way into another 1 the oracle
survival through predicting events the 2nd strategy is trying to predict the future to steer events in our favor in order to avoid disaster the fear of death has inspired us throughout the ages to try and predict the future and it has led us to consult oracles and to creating a new 1 because we cannot predict the future in the midst of life's many insecurities we desperately crave the feeling of being in control over our destiny We have developed developed ways to come on the comfort ourselves what we do
is we obfuscate the human hand in the generation of messages that require an objective or authority feel although disputed is commonly believed that the Delphic oracle delivered messages from her god Apollo in a state of trance induced by intoxicating vapors arising from the chasm over which she was seated was s by her God the oracle spoke ecstatically instantaneously priests of the Temple then translated heard gibberish into the prophecies the seekers of type of advice were sent home with an Apollo had spoken
nowadays we turn to data for advice the oracle of Big Data functions in a similar way to the Oracle of Delphi algorithms for urban programmed by humans are fed data and consequently spit out numbers that i'd and translated and interpreted by researchers into the prophecies the seekers of advisor sent home with the bigger dataset the more accurate the results Data has spoken we are brought closer to the truth to reality as it is mediated by US subjective bias and error prone humans this oracle inspires great
hope it's utopia and this is best putting words in the article the end of Theory that Anderson where he states that with enough they got numbers can speak for themselves we can forget about taxonomy ontology psychology who knows why people do what they do the point is they do it and we can track and measure it with unprecedented fidelity with enough data the numbers speak for themselves this
oracle is of course embraced with great enthusiasm by database and storage businesses as shown here in Oracle presentation slide I 5
and getting it right 1 of 10 times
in using the 1 success story to strengthen the belief in big data superpowers happens a lot in the media a peculiar example is the story a motherboard about how Cambridge analytic I helped trump win the elections pipe psychologically profiling the entire American population using targetted Facebook ads to influence the results of the election this story evokes the idea that they know more about you than your own mother the article reads more like could even surpass what a person thought they knew about themselves and although this form of manipulation is seriously scary very undemocratic as Kathy O'Neill author of weapons of mass the mass destruction notes I don't believe the hype it wasn't just trump everyone was doing it
Hilary was using the groundwork startups funded by Google's Eric Schmidt all values groundwork to but the groundwork some outcomes across a lot more cute compared to Cambridge analytic are funded by billionaire Robert Mercer who also is heavily invested in all right media outlet bright part who describes itself as a killing machine waging the war for the West he also donated Cambridge analytical service to the breakfast campaigns the
motherboard article and many others describing incredibly detailed knowledge Cambridge analytic has on American citizens were amazing advertising for the company but most of all a warning sign that blind Big Data research to elections creates a very undemocratic asymmetry in available information and undermines the notion of an informed citizenry we Dana Boyd and K. Crawford described the blues
attached to the data as a mythology the widespread belief that large data sets offer a higher form of intelligence and knowledge that can generate insights that were previously impossible with the aura of truth objectivity and accuracy the
construction of this myth was intended as early as 1984 in a spreadsheet way of knowledge Steve Levi describes how the authority of look of a spreadsheet and the fact that it was done by a computer has a strong persuasive effect on people leading to the acceptance of the proposed model as sort of reality as gospel he says fortunately few would argue that all relations between people can be quantified and manipulated by formulas of human behavior no faultless assumptions and so no perfect model can be made Tim Harford also refers
to face when he describes 4 assumptions underlying Big Data research the 1st uncanny accuracy is easy to overrate if we simply ignore false positives of
sorry the claim that causation has been knocked off its pedestal is fine if we are making predictions in a stable environment but not if the world is changing if he do not understand why things correlate you cannot know what might break down this correlation either the promise that sampling bias does not matter in such large datasets is simply not true there is lots of bias in datasets as for the idea of white with enough data the numbers speak for themselves that seems hopelessly naive in datasets with spurious patterns vastly outnumbered genuine
discovery this last point is described by Nicholas Taleb who writes the Big Data research has brought cherry-picking to an industrial level line labor In 2007 paper demonstrated that data mining techniques could show was strong but spurious relationship between the changes in the S and P 500 stock index and butter production in Bangladesh what is strange about this
mythology that large datasets offer some higher form of intelligence is that it is paradoxical in active use human qualities to something while at the same time considering it to be more objective and work your accurate in humans but these beliefs can exist side by side and
consulting as Oracle Oracle uncritically has quite far reaching implications for wanted dehumanizes humans by asserting that human involvement through hypothesis and interpretation is unreliable and only by removing ourselves from the equation can we finally see the world as it is the practical consequence of this dynamic is that it is no longer possible to argue with the outcome of the data analyzer analysis because 1st of all it's supposedly bias-free interpretation for you can't question and you cannot check if it is biased because the algorithms governing the analysis are often completely opaque
this becomes painful and you find yourself in the wrong category of a social sorting algorithm guiding real world decisions on insurance mortgage work border check scholarships and so on exclusion from certain privileges is only the most optimistic scenario so it is not as effective as we might hope it has a dehumanizing dioxide so why do we believe how did we come so infatuated with information our
idea about information changed radically in the previous century from small statement of fact to the essence of Man's inner life and the shift started with the advent of cybernetics and information theory in the forties and fifties when information was suddenly seen as a means to control a system of any system B of mechanical site physical biological cognitive or social Huseynov fierce
moss and machine he billed as part of a public relations stunt financed by Life magazine the photos with you many small work unfortunately never published because according to Life's editors it didn't illustrate the human characteristics of computers very well
Norbert Wiener in humans use of human beings roads to live effectively is to live with adequate information thus communication and control belong to the essence of Man's inner life even if
they belong to his life in society and almost simultaneously Shannon published a mathematical theory of communication theory of signals transmitted over distance john durham peters in speaking into the air describes how over time this information theory got to be interpreted by social scientists who mistook signal for significance ordered
Halpern in beautiful day that describes how Alan Turing and Bertrand Russell had proved conclusively in struggling with that in china blame that many analytic functions could not be logically presented or mechanically executed and therefore machines were not human minds she asks the very important question of why we have forgotten this history and do we still regularly quite reasoned with rationality haven't forgotten this 10 years
later in 58 Artificial Intelligence research comparing computers humans Simon annual wrote the program computer and human problem-solve are both species belonging to the genus information processing system in the
eighties it information was granted an even more powerful status that commodity like it or not information has finally surpassed material goods as our basic resource bon appetit how did we become so
infatuated with information the
sorry and yes this is an image
of a medieval drawing where the humorous this a liquids in the body were seen as uh the the essence of our intelligence and the functioning of our system a metaphor for our intelligence by the
15 hundreds of automata powered by springs and years have been devised inspiring leading thinkers such as the they they cast to assert that humans are complex machines the mind or soul was material completely separated from the body only able to interact with the body through the pineal gland which he considered the seat of the soul
and we still do it the brain is commonly compared to a computer with the role of physical hardware played by the brain and our thoughts serving a software the brain is information processing it is a metaphor it is sometimes mistaken for reality because of this the believe in the oracle of Big Data is not such a great leap information is the essence of consciousness in this view we've come full circle we see machines of human-like of
cells as machines so does it work we started out with 2 survival strategies predicting the behavior of others to and from more fighting and trying to predict its future through oracles the 1st is helped us survive in the past allows us to be empathic to watch others human and non-human the 2nd has confidence throughout the ages creating the idea of control of being able to predict and prevent disaster so Howard a working for us today we definitely
have reasons to be concerned with the sword of Damocles hanging over our heads global warming setting a mole in motion a chain of catastrophes threatening our survival facing the inevitable death of capitalism Smith of internal growth as 1st those not Earth's research run out we are in a bit of a pickle seeing our consciousness is separate from our bodies like software and hardware that offer some comforting options 1
option is that since human consciousness is so similar to computer software it can be transferred to a computer records about for example believe believe that it will soon be possible to download human minds to computer with a mortality as a result I lines to
rescue civilization by Burroughs and Shapiro is a project that aims to back up human civilization in a lunar facility the project artificially separates the hardware of the planet with its oceans soils and the data out of human
civilization and last but not least the most explicit and radical separation as well as the least optimistic outlook on our future Elon Musk space X plan to colonize mars presented in September last year the goal of the presentation being to make a living on Mars possible within our lifetime possible and fun a less
extreme version of these attempts to escape doom is what that with so much data at our fingertips and clever scientists will figure out a way to solve our problems soon will last at our panic over global warming safely aboard our C 2 vacuum cleaners with this believe we don't have to change our lives are economies are politics we can carry on with out making radical data that changes is this apathy warranted what is happening while we're filling of the world's hard disks what information is never
disembodied it always needs a carrier and the minerals used in the technology hosting our data come from conflict zones resulting in slavery and ecocide as for instance in the coltan and cassiterite mines in Congo gold mines in
Ghana minerals using technology hosting our data come from unregulated sums leading to extreme pollution as here and the black sludge lake about how in China you
waste is exported to unregulated zones
answer farms spit out an equal amount of CO 2 as the global aviation industry are data cannot be separated from the physical and its physical side is not so pretty what is happening is that
the earth is getting warmer and climate research is not based on Twitter feeds but on measurements yet somehow largely has been ignored for decades scientific consensus was reached in the eighties and if you compare dangerously slow response to this the a response given to the threat of terrorism which has rapidly led to new laws even new presidents this shows how stories metaphors and mythologies in the world of social beings have more impact on scientific facts and how threats that required drastic changes to the status quo are willfully ignored so
there's this of viable strategy work and dysmorphologies believe in
taking ourselves out of the equation to bring us closer to truth to reality as it is separating ourselves from that which we observe blinds us to the trouble we are in and our true nature and
embodied intelligence not a brain in a jar an organism completely intertwined
with its environment its existence completely dependent on the survival of the organisms shares this planet with we can't help to answer for more
fights to approach everything around us as part of our social sphere with mines in agencies and that is fine it makes us human it allows us to study the world around us with empathy the most important thing is that the metaphor is not mistaken for reality the
computer creating thinking memorizing writing reading learning understanding and people being hardwired stuck in a loop unable to computer interfacing with and reprogramming ourselves those metaphors are so embedded in our culture you can only hope
to create awareness about them if there is more awareness about the misleading descriptions of machines a human-like in humans as machine like an old of reality as an information process it is more likely that there will be less blind enchantment with certain technology and more questions asked about its purpose and demands there is no
strong AI yet only very clever automation at this moment in history machines of proxies for human engenders and ideologies there are many issues that need addressing sk Crawford Emeritus Whittaker
point out in the AI now report recent examples of AI deployment such as during the US elections in at of Facebook revealing teenagers emotional states to advertisers looking to target depressed teens show how the interests of those deploying advanced data systems can overshadow the public interest acting in ways contrary to individual autonomy and collective welfare often without this being visible at all to those affected the report
points to many I highly recommend reading it in here are a few concerns and concerns about social safety nets and human resource distributions when the dynamic of labor and employment change workers most likely to be affected are women and minorities automated decision-making systems often unseen and there are a few established means to assess their fairness to contest and rectify wrong or harmful decisions for impacts the those directly impacted the but sorry automated no sorry from see those directly impacted by deployment of AI systems rarely have a role in designing them and to assess their fairness to confess to rectify wrong and harmful decisions are impacts lexc lack of methods measuring and assessing social and economic impacts now keep scrolling back he did this but any in any case it and yeah there is a great chance of like me bias because of the uniform and and uniformity of those developing these systems seeing the oracle with
constructed for what it is means to stop comforting comforting ourselves to ask questions a quote from superintelligence the idea that it's smart people by may change at low speed the pressing graphical questions in machine learning are not about machines becoming self-aware and taking over the world but about how people can exploit other people or through careless and carelessness introduce immoral behavior into automated systems instead of waiting for the nerd rapture offer you a mask to whisk us off the planet it is important to come to terms with a more modest perception of ourselves and our machines facing the ethical repercussions of the systems we are putting in place the having a real discussion not the 1 we hope for but the hard 1 that requires actual change in a new mythology 1 that works not only for us but for all those human and non-human we share planet with thank you
and mn thank you minus there any questions you would have 1 minute OK that thank you again given the big applause again thank you how I want to know
if you if you if you if you do if the 1st and eked completely and he to put the
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Titel Why Do We Anthropomorphize Computers?...
Untertitel ...and dehumanize ourselves in the process?
Serientitel 34th Chaos Communication Congress
Autor Valk, Marloes
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 4.0 International:
Sie dürfen das Werk bzw. den Inhalt zu jedem legalen Zweck nutzen, verändern und in unveränderter oder veränderter Form vervielfältigen, verbreiten und öffentlich zugänglich machen, sofern Sie den Namen des Autors/Rechteinhabers in der von ihm festgelegten Weise nennen.
DOI 10.5446/34927
Herausgeber Chaos Computer Club e.V.
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract A talk on waiting for the technological rapture in the church of big data. The paralysing effect of hiding the human hand in software through anthropomorphising computers and dehumanising ourselves.
Schlagwörter Art & Culture

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