Christoph Hubatschke

Biography

Graduated in philosophy and political science in Vienna. At the moment he is holding a doctoral fellowship at the Austrian Academy of Sciences working as scientific researcher at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna on his dissertation, in which he tries to systemize the philosophy of technology in the work of French philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari in the context of current social movements. The working title of the dissertation is: New figures of resistance. Social movements and new technology in the philosophy of Deleuze and Guattari.

Publications and presentations in the fields of poststructuralist political theory, the politics and ethics of humanoid robots, theory of democracy, philosophy of technology, social movement studies and Deleuze-Studies.

Contact

Homepage (list of publications)

own scientific blog (German)

Academia.edu

Project DANCR and DANCR-Tool accomplished

this post is a work in progress! What you can do with the DANCR-Tool and how it was researched and developed: The DANCR tool was developed in an intensive transdisciplinary…

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youAI – train, adapt, perform

dance-and-word performance @ imagetanz festival 2023 To generate data for training artificial intelligences, digital machines measure us humans. But with every click, like or selfie, Artificial Intelligence (AI) also trains…

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H.A.U.S. transdisciplinary research, an Interview on some of it’s aspects

Oliver Schürer and Christoph Hubatschke in conversation with Michael Woels at Skug (german): “Is Machina understood as fraud?” “We prefer to read Machina as cunning as it does not foreground…

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> upcoming: youAI – train, adapt, perform

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Radio program on “Invasive technification”, interviews done with Oliver and Christoph

Invited by the Austrian broadcasting studio Ö1 and moderator Katrin Mackowsky. Interviews and discussions on Gernot Böhmes concept of invasive technification (Invasive Technisierung) and quite some other aspects of Philosophy…

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H.A.U.S. people @ Discourse and Performance Lab on Intelligence

The Lab took place at the WUK Vienna. It was broadcasted as live stream, 16.4.2021. https://www.wuk.at/programm/thomas-jelinek-intelligence/ H.A.U.S. people @ the lab where Christoph Hubatschke, Eva-Maria Kraft, Darja Stoeva and Oliver…

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