Keyword: Augmented Intelligence
Author(s): Pasquinelli, Matteo
Augmented intelligence is an umbrella-term used in media theory, cognitive sciences, neurosciences, philosophy of mind, and political philosophy to cover the complex relation between human intelligence on one side, and mnemo-techniques and computational machines on the other—both understood to be an expansion (also to a social and political degree) of human cognitive faculties.
Pasquinelli, Matteo: Keyword: Augmented Intelligence. In: Matteo Pasquinelli (Hg.): Alleys of Your Mind. Augmented Intelligence and Its Traumas. Lüneburg: meson press 2015, S. 203–208. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/1220.
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