Reading and Talk in the context of the exhibition »Like you! Freundschaft digital & analog«
28 Apr 2020 · 6.30 pm

Partner oder Polizei? Über die Zukunft des Zusammenlebens mit Hubots

Venue: Museum for Communication, Leipziger Str. 16, 10117 Berlin

Reading and Talk in the event series Freund oder Feind? in the context of the exhibition Like you! Freundschaft digital & analog (27 Sep 2019–05 Jul 2020) at the Museum for Communication Berlin

In cooperation of the Museum for Communication Berlin and Neighborhood in Contemporary Berlin Literature, Project of the Leibniz Center for Literary and Cultural Research

with Emma Braslavsky (Author) and Rainer Mühlhoff (Philosopher, Mathematician, Programmer, TU Berlin)

In her science fiction novel Die Nacht war bleich, die Lichter blinkten (2019) Emma Braslavsky describes a dystopian Berlin of the future: humans have partner hubots made to measure while they are under police surveillance by other anthropomorphic computing units. After a reading from her book, she discusses with Rainer Mühlhoff (TU Berlin) about neighbourhood and living together with intelligent machines.

In German.

Admission is free.