About Mercedes Bunz

Mercedes Bunz is Professor of Digital Culture and Society at the Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London. She studied philosophy, art history and media studies at the Free University of Berlin and the Bauhaus University Weimar and earned her doctorate with a cultural-historical thesis on internet protocols, in which she gave free rein to her curiosity about digital technology. To this day, she remains astounded by the unceasingly evolving digital technology, which constantly brings forth new aspects that merit profound consideration. At the moment, this is artificial intelligence and machine learning – Mercedes Bunz currently heads up a research project on creative AI in collaboration with the Serpentine Gallery, London. Works of hers in German include: “Die stille Revolution: Wie Algorithmen Wissen, Arbeit, Öffentlichkeit und Politik verändern, ohne dabei viel Lärm zu machen” (2012) and “Kybernetik als Politischer Ausweg” in “Cybernetics of the Poor” (2021).

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Die stille Revolution

Die stille Revolution

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