Project Glass: a Google Incursion into Algorithmic Culture

Project Glass: a Google Incursion into Algorithmic Culture

Présenté dans le cadre de la International Conference on Algorithmic Cultures à Konstanz, Allemagne, le 24 juin 2014.

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Louis Melançon

June 24, 2014
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  1. Louis Melançon lab NENIC, Montréal (Québec) 1

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  5. A solution to no problem The techno-scientific regime of justification

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  6. A product for which market? The economic regime of justification

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  7. The fear for privacy The political regime of justification 7

  8. Eyes are soul-adjacent The moral-aesthetic regime of justification 8

  9.  Throughout history, glasses have been employed predominantly as the

    de facto symbol of unattractiveness, of loserdom. They are the iconic tipping point between cool and uncool […] Leave it to a bunch of Halo-playing, Dorito-eating engineers to voluntarily ignore that basic cultural bias. And worse, to maybe think all they had to do was wear them themselves to make them cool somehow.  Joel Hladecek, Message from the future 9
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  14. Louis.Melancon@ucs.inrs.ca LMelancon.net @lm_3 14