What are the social implications of a technological revolution that spans the globe and affects all facets of our coexistence? What about the future in the age of artificial intelligence?
Algorithms simplify our lives, but they are also addictive and manipulate us. They analyze our behavior, personalize recommendations, direct our attention and confront us with very fundamental questions such as: Will a computer take over my job? Who is liable for the machine's decisions?
In search of answers, Gaspard Koenig embarks on a world tour. In more than 120 interviews, he probes artificial and human intelligence. He explores what threatens free will and Enlightenment values, and outlines a politics that can meet the end of the individual.
Gaspard Koenig, born in 1982, is a philosopher and essayist. In 2013, he founded the think tank Génération Libre. Following in Montaigne's footsteps, he traveled 2,500 km on horseback in search of European humanism.
Talk: Mathias Greffrath, writer and journalist
In the framework of theInternational Science Festival - Geist Heidelberg
The end of the individual
Journey of a philosopher into the world of artificial intelligence