Cybernetics for the Twenty-First Century: An Interview with Philosopher Yuk Hui

In his latest book, Recursivity and Contingency (2019), the Hong Kong philosopher Yuk Hui argues that recursivity is not merely mechanical repetition. He is interested in "irregularity deviating from rules." He develops what could be called a neovitalist position, which goes beyond the view, dominant in popular culture today, that there is life inside the robot (or soon will be).

Aslak Aamot Kjaerulff

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