The advance of research in artificial intelligence (AI) for both software and hardware is today more rapid than ever. Governmental and academic institutions are only beginning to respond to the social and ethical issues posed by increasingly ubiquitous and proactive AIs. Corporations and startups, on the other hand, relentlessly focus on creating AI capable of drastically changing human activities: from everyday routines and law enforcement to medical diagnosis and warfare. Human bodies and identities are continuously categorized, online and offline, by artificially intelligent algorithms. Robotic machines increasingly populate and often actively condition human life. But what if, by contrast, artificial intelligence could be used to contaminate human bodily experience? How does a body defiled by algorithms look like and move? How can autonomous robotics help inhabit hybrid human-machine configurations?
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