The Tyranny of Algorithms: Freedom, Democracy, and the Challenge of AI

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$16.00  $14.88
Publisher
Europa Compass
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Pages
128
Dimensions
4.0 X 7.0 X 0.5 inches | 0.22 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781609456627

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About the Author

Miguel Benasayag, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on June 4, 1953, is a philosopher, psychoanalyst, and researcher in epistemology. A guerilla fighter, he was arrested and imprisoned for 4 years. Due to his dual Franco-Argentine nationality he was released and moved to France, where he became a researcher, clinician and activist in the "new radicalism." He is an author and columnist.

Steven Rendall has translated more than fifty books from French and German. He is professor emeritus of Romance Languages at the University of Oregon and editor emeritus of Comparative Literature. He currently lives in France.

Reviews

"Miguel Benasayag tackles many of the key challenges of the present with courage and compassion. He is one of the intellectual giants of our time."--il manifesto

"Extremely illuminating."--Le Temps

"Miguel Benasayag imagines sweeping new solutions to AI's colonization of our lives and its threat to individual and collective freedom."--Contrepoints

"A brilliant and urgent critique."--Le Devoir

"Compact yet densely cerebral... The Tyranny of Algorithms lays bare the author's aghast take on the excesses of maths-based politicking."--Buzz Magazine (UK)