Ever since Galileo first pointed a telescope at the stars in the early 1600s, new technologies have led to new discoveries in science. And since the German zoologist Ernst Haeckel first described the science
Future Based meetup #9 With Annika Kappner, Amelia Emma Forrest, Michelle Geraerts, and Monika Dahlberg. The world is completely entangled in the Anthropocene with human technologies, human reason - and human-centered knowledge infrastructures. In
Have you ever seen robots that communicate with nonhuman animals and plants, or heard of machines that are programmed to learn from their natural environments? Have you ever encountered technologies that collaborate with nonhuman species? It is not very likely that you have, considering how dominant modes of thinking in the West have a history of putting the human species at center stage – and in sharp contrast to some entity called ‘nature’ – when it comes to framing, designing, programming and using technologies.