Mike Gerwitz

Activist for User Freedom

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authorMike Gerwitz <mtg@gnu.org>2019-03-25 15:06:13 -0400
committerMike Gerwitz <mtg@gnu.org>2019-03-25 20:53:37 -0400
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<a href="https://mikegerwitz.com/talks">
+ Computational Symbiosis: Methods That Meld Mind and Machine</a></dt>
+ <dd class="period">March 2019</dd>
+ <dd class="desc">
+ My talk
+ at <a href="https://libreplanet.org/2019/">LibrePlanet&nbsp;2019</a>
+ exploring how to empower users to do their own computing without
+ developers. Explores core concepts of the Unix philosophy.
+ </dd>
+ <dt>
+ <a href="https://mikegerwitz.com/talks">
The Ethics Void</a></dt>
<dd class="period">March 2018</dd>
<dd class="desc">
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repo.desc=The Surreptitious Assault on Privacy, Security, and Freedom (LibrePlanet 2017)
+repo.desc=Computational Symbiosis: Methods That Meld Mind and Machine (LibrePlanet 2019)
repo.name=The Ethics Void
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link: /projects/sapsf/ Source Code
+id: cs4m
+title: Computational Symbiosis: Methods That Meld Mind and Machine
+location: LibrePlanet 2019
+date: 2018-03-24
+locimg: lp-2019
+abstract: Words like "wizardry" and "incantation" have long been used to describe
++ skillful computational feats. But neither computers nor
++ their users are performing feats of magic; for systems to think, we must
++ tell them how.
++ Today, users most often follow a carefully choreographed workflow that
++ thinks _for_ them, limited by a narrow set of premeditated
++ possibilities. But there exist concepts that offer virtually no limits on
++ freedom of expression or thought, blurring the distinction between "user"
++ and "programmer".
++ This session demonstrates a range of practical possibilities when
++ machine acts as an extension of the user's imagination, for the technical
++ and nontechnical alike.
+link: /talks/cs4m.pdf Slides
+link: /projects/cs4m/ Source Code
id: ethics-void
title: The Ethics Void
location: LibrePlanet 2018