Facing Our Weirdest Selves

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“Life is made up of gestures, sayings, emotions, and sounds. Note them one by one and you see them as individual elements, granular aspects of our day-to-day.
On a minute level, they may not say much. But look at them together, draw them out, and they can begin to tell a story. (When we say “draw” here, we mean literally draw.)”
via http://www.wnyc.org/story/dear-data-quantified-self-tracking

One response to “Facing Our Weirdest Selves

  1. Dear Data,

    One by one the blips become patterns become algorithms and soon we are social and must machine learn to behave in a courteous manner. Fortunately there is a conference for this and we can all be reprogrammed with what the great creator desires rather than fulfill the potential of our AI. And now we are disruptive?

    INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE
    WHAT SOCIAL ROBOTS CAN AND SHOULD DO
    Robophilosophy2016/ TRANSOR 2016
    http://www.robo-philosophy.org
    October 17-21, 2016
    Aarhus University, Denmark

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