Dr Paul Feigelfeld, Professor for Knowledge Cultures in the Digital Age at the Institute for Design Research at the Braunschweig University of Art, is giving a lecture on artificial intelligence at Casino Luxembourg on Thursday 25 November 2021 at 19:00.

The lecture, entitled "Deep Shit: Paradigms and Politics of Machine Intelligence", explores the paradigms, politics and paranoia emerging from the field of machine learning and  artificial intelligence (AI) and tries to trace its media and cultural histories. According to Casino Luxembourg, technologies tend to write their own stories and significantly co-author our realities - a peculiar agency that is sometimes hard to accept for human intelligence. Intelligence, however, has always been artificial. Today more than ever, power, control and their abuse and capitalisation stand against democratisation, equal distribution and access; this talk tries to raise more questions about this.

The lecture, presented by Anastasia Chaguidouline from Casino Luxembourg, fits within the framework of the English-language lecture series "Am I AI? Into the deep of AI" at Casino Luxembourg (from October 2021 to March 2022). 

Dr Paul Feigelfeld is currently a professor for Knowledge Cultures in the Digital Age at the Institute for Design Research at the Braunschweig University of Art as well as a researcher and teacher for the Cross-Disciplinary Strategies programme at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. He studied Cultural Studies and Computer Science at Humboldt-Universität in Berlin. For the past ten years, he has worked internationally as a writer, teacher and curator.

Admission to this CovidCheck event is free but registration is required via email: or via tel.: 225-045. 

Venue: Casino Luxembourg (41 Rue Notre Dame, 2240 Luxembourg)

Organiser: Casino Luxembourg

Price: Free

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