The recent trend with technology seems to be betting heavily on Artificial Intelligence. From automating tiresome factory jobs, AI is moving into more cognition demanding jobs. Not only truck- or -taxi drives are threatened, but doctors, nurses, and many others as well. Similarly, art and design worlds are preparing for the new intelligent era.Read More
he other day I was sitting in a sauna* looking at a led-candle. It was the only flickering light in the darkening evening. At first, I didn’t give it too much attention: it flickered and provided a relaxing atmosphere.
Then I started looking at the flickering, it was a bit random, not too much unlike the flickering of a real candle. Suddenly, I felt a slight breeze of cold air coming through the window and noticed that the led-candle did not react to it, but kept that same rhythm of random light flickering. At that point, it struck me.Read More
This post was inspired by two articles I read recently. I Highly prompt you to read them.
For a while now, my research on creative coding has become increasingly focused on the ways we perceive and experience digitality -or the lack thereof. One of my initial research premises was that the increasing digitalization could lead to a new kind of digital divide.Read More