The Institute for Other Intelligences
|Author||Mashinka Firunts Hakopian|
|Publisher||X Artists' Books|
The book presents a transcript from one of these conferences in which a community of "AI agents" gather at a school for oppositional automata to deliver lectures on the human biases and omissions encoded in their training data. The resulting manuscript, published on the occasion of the Institute's millennial anniversary, revisits sociotechnical systems from its founding in the 21st century. Drawing on feminist, queer, and critical media scholarship, the trainings collected in the book aim to optimize the operations of future generations of intelligent machines toward just outcomes. Hakopian uses these speculative exchanges to invite the reader to consider how critical approaches to nonhuman intelligence might reroute our current path toward destructive technofutures and allow us to conceive of another way forward.
|136 p, ills bw, 17 x 24 cm, pb, English|
X Artists' Books