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\small \Letter\ autotopia@c3d2.de \\
\large Dresden \normalsize
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\textit{\textbf{Autotopia} ist eine Reihe die gesellschaftliche Auswirkungen von \textbf{Automatiserung} in verschiedenen Formaten beleuchten soll. Im Moment suchen wir Menschen, die dazu etwas beitragen wollen.}
\textit{\textbf{Autotopia} ist eine Reihe die gesellschaftliche Auswirkungen von \textbf{Automatisierung} in verschiedenen Formaten beleuchten soll. Im Moment suchen wir Menschen, die dazu etwas beitragen wollen.}
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Gemessen an den Auswirkungen erscheint die gesellschaftliche Debatte zu sogenannten ''Zukunftstechnologien'' oft vereinfachend oder rückwärtsgewandt. Die Diskussion um Künstliche Intelligenz, Predictive Policing / Massenüberwachung, Industrie 4.0, Hochfrequenzhandel, autonome Kriegsführung und andere Phenomene suggeriert eine natürliche Notwendigkeit. Nicht wenige Menschen fühlen sich abgehängt und entmündigt. Dabei mangelt es nicht an alternativen Visionen und deren Umsetzbarkeit.

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\Mundus\ \href{https://autotopia.c3d2.de}{autotopia.c3d2.de}
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\Letter\ \href{mailto:autotopia@c3d2.de}{autotopia@c3d2.de}
\Smiley\ Treffen Di 18:30 @ c3d2
\Smiley\ Meet us Tu 18:30 @ c3d2
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Beginning with the industrial revolution, and the massive impact it had far into the 20th century, we can see again an again how advances in automation provoke social upheaval. By means of technological progress, fueled by a globally connected economy, disruptive technologies impact our lives and communities more and more frequently.
Beginning with the industrial revolution, and the massive impact it had far into the 20th century, we can see again and again how advances in automation provoke social upheaval. By means of technological progress, fueled by a globally connected economy, disruptive technologies impact our lives and communities more and more frequently.
The discussion on so-called 'future trends' often appears too simplified and shortsighted. In debates, artificial intelligence, predictive policing/mass surveillance, Industry 4.0, high-frequency trading, automated warfare, etc. are often framed by marketing campaigns as an 'obvious necessity'.
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\item How do we decide how far technological systems (should) reach into our private lives?
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The series \emph{Autotopia} aims to discuss these question in various formats. We do not target any specific group; we invite makers, hackers, writers, artists and designers, scientists and journalists, enthusiasts and critics!
The series \emph{Autotopia} aims to discuss these question in various formats. We do not target any specific group; \textbf{we invite makers, hackers, writers, artists and designers, scientists and journalists, enthusiasts and critics}!
At the moment we are looking for speakers and are going to lay down precise dates and formats in the next couple of weeks. We are planning to do talks, workshops, readings, film screenings and discussions. Is there someone you know, who we should absolutely ask? \setlength{\parskip}{0em}

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