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The organizers of last week’s “cocktail robotics” festival in Vienna, Austria, the annual “Roboexotica” event, have posted the audio from the lectures in German and English. I gave a talk there called “A Singular Metaphor” in which I tried to delve into the reason that the idea of uploading our minds is so attractive right now. Sean Bonner had a fun talk on user power on sites like Digg called “The inmates have taken over the asylum…,” while Jens Ohlig from the Chaos Computer Club proposed that robots should create all literature, David Fine pondered consciousness, and Make Magazine’s Bre Pettis gave a talk called “Machines: If you can’t beat them, join them,” about the utopia of apocalypse.

Link, MP3 of my talk

(Thanks, Johannes!)


One Response to “Audio from cocktail robotics festival speeches in Vienna”

  1. JD

    The link the MP3 file appears to be bad. It worked earlier, but now it’s returning a 404.

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