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Title: “Brain-mimicking Machine” in Digital Utopias: From Memex to Hypertext and Beyond
Authors: Stepanchuk, Yu.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Knowledge E
Citation: Stepanchuk Yu. “Brain-mimicking Machine” in Digital Utopias: From Memex to Hypertext and Beyond / Yu. Stepanchuk // International Scientific Conference "Man in the world of culture: problems of science and education" (Ekaterinburg, Russia, 26–27 April, 2019). – Dubai : Knowledge E, 2020. – KnE Social Sciences, 4 (5). – pp. 77-82. – DOI 10.18502/kss.v4i5.6519
Abstract: Computer-brain analogies are ubiquitous in contemporary culture. They also have a long and relevant history. Throughout the history of computer development, computers as “brain-mimicking machines” were used as blueprints for computer design, as inspiration for new visionary ideas, as tools of liberation and as ideological construct obscuring actually existing power relations. Today, with the growing disenchantment with the results of digital transformation, we are forced to admit that these analogies often underpin relationships between human and technology that are disempowering and increasingly problematic.
Keywords: HUMAN-MACHINE SYMBIOSIS
AUGMENTED REALITY
MEMEX
HYPERTEXT
IDEOLOGY
WEB 2.0
PLATFORM CAPITALISM
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/82882
Access: Creative Commons Attribution License
License text: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Conference name: International Scientific Conference "Man in the world of culture: problems of science and education"
Conference date: 26.04.2019-27.04.2019
ISSN: 2518-668X
DOI: 10.18502/kss.v4i5.6519
Origin: International Scientific Conference "Man in the world of culture: problems of science and education". — Ekaterinburg, 2020
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