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This Atlas of Art and Memory 0 (0)

2020-06-17T12:14:49-04:00

With nearly 1,000 images, Aby Warburg’s radical form of visual study is also an artwork itself. Now you can see it online.   www.nytimes.com/2020/05/14/arts/design/aby-warburg-memory-atlas.html

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The Future of Cut and Paste 4 (1)

2020-06-17T12:22:18-04:00

An amazing new augmented reality demo shows how the future of cut, copy and paste might work. Created by Cyril Diagne, a 34-year-old artist, designer and programmer currently in residence at the Google Arts & Culture Lab in Paris, the demo shows images of objects being dragged from the real world and dropped into Photoshop on a Mac. That’s an AR application that any designer could get on board with!

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Realism Is False 0 (0)

2020-03-03T16:17:17-05:00

Realism Is False I've been playing with the idea of what I call a conscious agent, which has a set of conscious experiences and can act on those experiences. I have a mathematical formalism for it. Briefly, it's measurable spaces of conscious experiences and Markovian kernels for decisions and actions based on those experiences. —

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WHEN HISTORICAL FICTION GOES MAGICAL 4 (1)

2020-03-02T07:51:21-05:00

A list of history’s mythic tricksters, Lewis Hyde says in his book “Trickster Makes This World” (1998), would be endless. Since the trickster is culture’s ultimate shape-shifting, boundary-crossing figure, “there will be some sort of representative wherever humans invent boundaries, which is to say, everywhere.” www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/02/17/when-historical-fiction-goes-magical

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Media Is Broken 0 (0)

2020-02-09T06:40:30-05:00

Can Journalism Be Saved? — Read on www.nybooks.com/articles/2020/02/27/can-journalism-be-saved/

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The Neuroscience of Reality 0 (0)

2020-02-03T06:56:54-05:00

The central idea here is that perception is a process of active interpretation geared toward adaptive interaction with the world through the body rather than a recreation of the world within the mind. The contents of our perceptual worlds are controlled hallucinations, brain-based best guesses about the ultimately unknowable causes of sensory signals. And for

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‘Chaos Is the Point’: Russian Hackers and Trolls Grow Stealthier in 2020 – The New York Times 3 (1)

2020-01-10T06:48:12-05:00

While U.S. cyberdefenses have improved since 2016, many of the vulnerabilities exploited four years ago remain. And attacks are getting more sophisticated. — Read on www.nytimes.com/2020/01/10/us/politics/russia-hacking-disinformation-election.html

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That which emerges from curation 0 (0)

2020-03-01T05:24:56-05:00

That which emerges from curation http://kend4.sg-host.com/index.php/2020/01/08/that-which-emerges-from-curation/ — Read on kend4.sg-host.com/index.php/2020/01/08/that-which-emerges-from-curation/

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