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New Design Congress: https://newdesigncongress.org/en/ On Weaponized Design: https://newdesigncongress.org/en/pub/on-weaponised-design This is Fine: Optimism and Emergency in the P2P network: https://newdesigncongress.org/en/pub/this-is-fine Cade: https://shiba.computer/ Follow Cade: https://twitter.com/helveticade…
 
Foundation: https://foundation.app/ Foundation on Twitter: https://twitter.com/withFND Kayvon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/saturnial Lindsay on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Lindsay_Howardlindsay howard, holly herndon, kayvon tehranian, mat dryhurst
 
Pseudodoxology Podcast Network: https://www.patreon.com/Pseudodoxia "The Deluge": https://medium.com/@EdwardWaverley/the-deluge-f62968b20972 "The Sublimity of Permanent Collapse": https://medium.com/@EdwardWaverley/the-sublimity-of-permanent-collapse-and-the-leibnizian-problem-of-monadic-optimization-inherent-in-70d6e8be095a Books! Anything by Fred…
 
Scissor Labels Essay: https://j.mirror.xyz/RUeJfZEZxr-hkuzUCakQyUuf2kOJVMPPiAWBaQFhhqc How it was funded via $ESSAY: https://j.mirror.xyz/uVGCCwwm3k341lPpxaJmHTZROESVse9Pe_rmbiuUAC0 John Palmer: https://johnpalmer.site/#/ Kara Kittel: https://twitter.com/karakittel?lang=en Toby Shorin: https://tobyshorin.com/ Other Internet: https://otherinter.net/…
 
http://audreyt.org/ <3 Full editable transcript hosted on gov.tw: https://sayit.pdis.nat.gov.tw/2021-03-03-interview-with-interdependenceholly herndon, audrey tang, mat dryhurst
 
Back in the saddle with Artist and Musician Lawrence Lek for the advent of his latest film AIDOL (2019) and the release of it's wonderful soundtrack on Hyperdub. We discuss AI Pop Stars, SinoFuturism, IP and cultural stereotypes, NFT murder plots and a great deal more Have a wonderful week all :) LINKS Lawrence Lek: https://lawrencelek.com/ AIDOL O…
 
In celebration of his new book "Hope Runners of Gridlock", we chat to polymath Simon de la Rouviere about designing new economies, never ending stories, Metamodernism and maintaining hope! Buy the book! https://blog.simondlr.com/posts/hope-runners-of-gridlock Follow Simon's writings! https://blog.simondlr.com/ Follow Simon! https://twitter.com/simo…
 
A rare conversation with designer David Rudnick https://void.davidrudnick.org/david rudnick, holly herndon, mat dryhurst
 
A brief history of tokens and tulips, NFT aesthetics, energy dramas, fan brigades, social tokens and the meataverse with Daniel Keller (New Models) Check out New Models! https://newmodels.io/ https://www.patreon.com/newmodels Topic marks! 3:00 NFTs and Post Internet 5:00 Metahaven “Can Jokes Bring Down Governments?” https://www.amazon.com/Can-Jokes…
 
Hello everyone! Over the moon this week to welcome Professor Jason Edward Lewis and Suzanne Kite of the Indigenous Protocol and AI Working group! We discuss the origins and goals of the project, different perspectives on creating AI elders, lessons about communicating with non human intelligences from various Indigenous groups, where utopian freedo…
 
In this episode we welcome the full Audius squad, Roneil Rumberg, Forrest Browning and Clayton Blaha to discuss their new music protocol, how it establishes the rails for artist led, rather than centrally mandated, pricing and design of economic and interactive relationships, Soundcloud and the dangers of platform risk, and the ways in which we mig…
 
In the advent of their new book “Pharmako-AI”, co-written with OpenAI’s GPT-3 system, we speak to K Allado-McDowell (and GPT-3) about creating with an inhuman (and a human), the nature and history of intelligence, and focussing art and technology towards healing. K Allado-McDowell is a writer, speaker, and musician. They are the author, with GPT-3,…
 
We welcome author Matt Colquhoun to discuss his release of TWO new books exploring the work of the late, great Mark Fisher. We discuss Mark's life and legacy, Post Capitalist desire, accelerationism, the various misinterpretations of Capitalist Realism, and the need for psychedelic new fantasies. Postcapitalist Desire: The Final Lectures: https://r…
 
It was difficult to coordinate release schedules with the CIA but we got there in the end This week we discuss the CIA and the art world with Frances Stonor Saunders, author of the canonical book in this field "Who Paid The Piper?". Big thanks to the HKW for facilitating this discussion, and be sure to check out the other programming from their "Di…
 
Hi everyone In this episode we welcome Nathan Schneider, professor of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, significant player in the platform co-operativism movement and the originator of the term “exit to community” We discuss the state of platform co-operativism today, the intersections between more traditional coop communities an…
 
Hi everyone, happy to share a conversation this week with The Union of Musicians and Allied Workers, whose petition making demands of Spotify to improve terms for artists has gathered over 20,000 signatures and counting. We discuss those demands in detail, other initiatives they have undertaken and take the rare opportunity to have a conversation a…
 
We join Sarah Friend, core dev from talk of the town project Circles UBI to discuss the crazy few weeks they have been having giving away a UBI through social trust networks. We pull apart how the project works and discuss the history of local currencies, potential dystopian scenarios, "weird fatigue" and the turbulence of pursuing an art practice …
 
Hi everyone! This week we welcome Dee and Jacob from Zora, a new organisation that is building tools for artists to issue tokens around their creative practices. We discuss their idea of dynamic pricing of art releases and at the advent of the musician RAC releasing his $RAC token through ZORA, the new space of artists and their audiences owning a …
 
Back with a conversation with a special person and close friend of the podcast Jay Springett Jay is a writer, theorist and podcaster who falls into a special category of people where we can say with some confidence that whatever they are thinking about will be commonplace in a few years. We discuss a passion of his, Solarpunk, cultural fracking, un…
 
This week we are thrilled to welcome the author and critic Huw Lemmey in celebration of his new novel Unknown Language, written in collaboration with Hildegard of Bingen and out now on Ignota books We discuss what it is like to channel the dead and write a novel together, Hildegard's visions and genius, constructed languages, and Bad Gays; Huw’s wo…
 
The second part of our discussion facilitated in collaboration with Sonar +D and Ars Electronica. Particularly excited to share this one, where we reflect upon what foundations of the club economy appear to be most exposed by the current crisis, discuss Richie's work with AFEM to help get producers paid, and speculate on the possibility of new and …
 
Really happy to welcome Other Internet to the podcast, an independent strategy and research squad based between New York and Berlin. Their recent essay “Squad Wealth” looks at the phenomenon of interdependent squads emerging on the internet as a necessary progression from the atomized independence economy. We discuss Squad Wealth and their other in…
 
Last night we recorded a long and fun conversation with the Hugo award winning author and futurist Bruce Sterling. As you will hear Bruce has a great deal of knowledge about a great deal of stuff, and as well as his early writing helping to establish the cyberpunk movement, he was also among a handful of people who set the countercultural tone in S…
 
This week we are thrilled to bring a conversation with Amy C. Beal from UC Santa Cruz, whose book "New Music New Allies: Experimental Music in West Germany from the Zero Hour to Reunification" not only gives us insight into the role that German state funding has played in American experimental art since the Second World War, but also offers clues a…
 
It’s a hot one! This afternoon recorded a discussion with Mixcloud CEO and DJ Nico Perez, and our studio was so hot that we had to keep all the windows open for our own health and also to keep the laptop from spontaneously combusting! As a result this recording is resplendent with the occasional child screaming or dog barking, but hopefully that ad…
 
This week we welcome Jesse Walden, who recently announced the launch of Variant Fund, which looks to support what he describes as “The Ownership Economy”. We discuss Jesse’s background as an artist manager, his early experiments with putting tools into artists hands to control the destiny of their work online, the opportunities that decentralised n…
 
For the second part of our conversation series with contemporary fiction writers we are over the moon to have a chat with Elvia Wilk, who released her debut novel “Oval” last year to great acclaim. Oval is a beautiful book that depicts a world at vastly different scales, not least addressing the contemporary role of the artist as embedded in wider …
 
For this episode we welcome academic and DJ Larisa Kingston Mann from Temple University in Philadelphia, whose work analyzes the relationship between law, technology, sovereignty and creativity, especially focusing on the ways changing media technologies affect communities’ ability to flourish Her PhD thesis “Rude Citizenship”, soon to be turned in…
 
Since the idea of this podcast first came to mind, we had imagined starting a thread of conversations with fiction authors and artists that in many ways touch on some of issues that we might be exploring in other conversations. Today we are thrilled to kick off this direction with a conversation with Tim Maughan, the author of Infinite Detail, winn…
 
This week we talk to Director at PRS for music and Gomez songwriter Tom Gray, who, through the #brokenrecord hashtag and other advocacy work has been championing the need for reform the way that streaming services work, and reform copyright policy to better protect songwriters and producers. We discuss the case for user centric streaming over the c…
 
In this episode we speak with Kate Crawford, founder of the AI Now Institute and professor who has spent the last decade studying the political implications of data systems, machine learning and artificial intelligence. We discuss the anatomy of AI systems and full ecosystem of human and material resources behind an Amazon echo, the need to develop…
 
In this episode we welcome David Turner, writer and founder of the Penny Fractions newsletter, which holds a critical and often political lens to the latest developments in the music industry. In this episode we discuss the music industry response to Black Lives Matter, positive infrastructural proposals that could lead to long lasting and meaningf…
 
In this episode we speak to Glen Weyl, author, economist and Principal Research at Microsoft Research. His ideas inspired the formation of the RadicalxChange Foundation, who recently held a conference in which we were speaking alongside Audrey Tang, Digital Minister of Taiwan, Vitalik Buterin of Ethereum and others. Head over to RadicalxChange.org …
 
In this latest episode we talk with Professor Guy Standing, who has been at the forefront of Basic Income research for 30 years, running pilots all over the world. We discuss his original concept of “The Precariat”, a new class that might be familiar to many listeners, the moral case for a basic income and its fans in US politics and Silicon Valley…
 
In this episode we speak with the writer Liz Pelly, who over the past 5 years has written a series of revelatory critical pieces about the streaming economy for The Baffler. We discuss whether the distinction of Independence is all that useful in music at this point in history, take a look at the ways in which the streaming platforms flatter some k…
 
In this episode we talk with Jesse Engel, musician, Senior Research Scientist at Google Brain and creative lead of the Magenta project. Magenta is an open source research project exploring the role of machine learning as a tool in the creative process, developed by numerous researchers and engineers from the Google brain team, Google’s self directe…
 
In this episode we catch up with Trevor McFedries, founder of the meta media studio Brud ( (http://brud.fyi/) ), whose digital avatar artist and influencer Lil Miquela recently caused a stir through signing with one of the worlds premier talent agencies, CAA. We discuss the origins of the project, why he sees Miquela as more of a challenge to Micke…
 
We are joined by research scientist and Director of Spotify's CTRL lab François Pachet and his collaborator, the composer Benoit Carré to discuss how the latest in AI research offers a new paradigm for both composition and the concept of authorship and ownership. This will be one of many times we pursue conversations with researchers at the cutting…
 
If you are interested in reading Evgeny's new piece in the Guardian, visit: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/apr/15/tech-coronavirus-surveilance-state-digital-disrupt Sign up to Evgeny's Syllabus project to receive a weekly syllabi curated around your interests: https://the-syllabus.com/ If you would like to support this series, pleas…
 
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