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Needless to say ,he did not seek to proclaim its death, but rather — on the contrary — stress the omnipresence of the net to come. With so many IP-Adresses and smart sensors awaiting, with rooms that dynamic and interactive that the universal connectivity would go unnoticed, according to Schmidt. Only by short-circuiting it with technology could the deficient human keep up with the development of artificial intelligence; otherwise, claims Musk, we would become pets of robots 2.

That Mark Zuckerberg has had similar plans for a while should not be a surprise. Tiqqun, Kybernetik und RevolteBerlinS.

Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machinemodern game theory John von Neumann and behaviourist kybenretik of behaviour Gregory Bateson etc. Said concepts had already subscribed to communicative interconnectivity the social generalization of models of information, recursivity and especially feedback loops in the s.

See Steffen Mau, Das metrische Wir. Wendy Chun, Programmed Visions: Michel Foucault, Subjekt und MachtFrankfurt a. Christopher Kyberneyik und David Heald Hg. The Key to better Governance?

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The enforced conformity of man and machine touches upon a crucial question: Something in between or a talented hacker? It remains unclear what exactly could still be qualified as a consciousness considering the connection of man and machine.

The disappearance of the internet coined by Schmidt is not solely related to the ambivalence of the medium itself, i. If everything communicates with everything, the internet becomes ineluctable. The collective Tiqqun described such developments years ago, through alluding to a specific world-view: Its growing influence is ascribed to the risen connectivity, the massive increase of stored data, and, last but definitely not least, the culturally recognized striving for quantification and the successive metrics of scores, rankings, likes and shares etc.


In such a post-politics, there are no revolutions, while resistance is reduced to forms of erratic disturbance, to mere irritation — or, to put it shortly, noise. Strikingly, such noise is not characterised by an actual reversal of established orders, for one thing remains essential to the efficiency of cybernetic governance of the technocratic jargon: Communication of information, whether cat content or Trump scandal, must not run dry — only the political disappears.

In this regard, digital machines mark a pervasive effect: It covers up the Real, like a second skin, or a shadow, to finally emancipate itself from its stubborn insufficiencies and formulate new freedoms.

Yet, such digital seductions and promises of freedom rely on an ambiguous ground. Thus, it creates an essential indifference, homogenisation or flattening. Finally, the digital logic of programming leads everything to the binary play between 1 and 0.

The manifold processes of disappearance — of the internet, of an outside, of politics — are based on an elementary paradox: While their sensors panoptically see through both society and its subjects, they are most often incomprehensible especially artificial intelligence that is elusive even for programmersungraspable, complex — and remarkably opaque to us.

The pursuit of open profiles, generalized datafication, the generalisation of the network, all of which put cybernetic surveillance capitalism to work 15 are kybermetik comprehensible via an a-priori opacity, a hidden source code.

Through this, the digital age, which mainly accelerates a techno-logical optimisation of governmental relations of visibility, marks at least two overarching tendencies.

On the other hand, this totalised transparency presupposes new invisibilities — a black-box-isation. The profiled visibility of social networks is only possible through an opaque machinery of a finely pixeled, flat surface-aesthetics. Thus, we often precautiously request even more data, transparency, and demand light in the dark.

Oftentimes however it is forgotten that each beam of light casts a shadow: Albeit both perspectives — opacity and transparency — seem to differ in their functioning, they are inseparably linked. It seems almost necessary to define social constellations of power via both concepts and their mutual dependence.

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Only the indeterminacy of the inscrutable — of another beyond that transcends the dichotomy of kyybernetik and opacity — seems to escape from the generalised consumption: Thus, it constitutes a condition of possibility of the latter.


Fog allows for revolt. It however seems doubtful whether one can cloud the senses within the external omnipresence of the internet Schmidt and the concurrent sub-cutaneous installation Muskand how the internalized feedback loops could be broken.

Perhaps a first step would be to recognise that networks, algorithms, as well as digital technologies are not revolutionary as such; that they do not carry emancipatory potentials by themselves, but would far better be understood as mere means to an end.

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Anna-Verena Nosthoff is a free author, philosopher and political theorist. At the moment she is writing her PhD on the influence of cybernetics on the political. Often imagined as a pensive white man, wearing clothes in earthy colors, an odd hat and a rugged leather bag with an infamous notebook, Boris Malinowski fit the description of the ethnographer. Yet, his notebooks offer unexpected insights:. One week after his arrival at Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea ina day after Malinowski began writing his diaries, a lifelong struggle started: It is this specific form of love for the same enhanced by narcissism that emerges when facing the radically different.

However, autoeroticism has only shifted in the face of technology: From self-love in the face of the other to self-love without the other. Engaged in this cosy architecture we find ourselves in Gated Communities. Personalized interfaces endure into uns — we are encircled by ourselves. Kybernegik attempted to regulate and organize his struggles through the means of observing and writing on paper — warehouse will do so in offering a diagram of strategies countering homophily through frictional insertions: A geometry to map a new normal; a topography for overcoming autoeroticism.

Yet, his notebooks offer unexpected insights: