S(a)LSA: Atlanta, GA

I’m back to post about another incredible and fulfilling Society for Literature, Science and the Arts conference (SLSA), this time at the Westin Peachtree hotel in downtown Atlanta, GA! I attended this conference in early November, and it certainly lived up to the high expectations set at the last meeting in Houston, TX. This year…

(Im)Mobility: Transgression and Control

Last week, I attended the University of Waterloo’s SAGE Annual Colloquium, (Im)Mobility: Transgression and Control. It was a great conference filled with interesting talks that ranged from biopolitics, adaptation and authorship, mobile technologies, transmedia, surveillance, social media bots, and loads of other cool things. I presented a talk on mobile technologies as bodily extensions and looked at…

Hubert Dreyfus’ “On the Internet”

I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately on texts that fall under the “Philosophy of Technology” genre, and many of them are books and articles on artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, bodies in technology, cyberspace, and online identity. I thought I would post some summaries here to keep track of all my notes in an…