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【高峰論壇系列十】有AI相伴,地覆天翻?AI時代的文化新貌〈第一場〉「Philosophy after Automation」


Vanguard Summit Series 10The World Turned Upside Down? Cultural Sea Change in the Era of AI


論壇介紹: After the emergence of generative AI, the world was completely scandalized and our civilization as a whole has definitely entered uncharted waters. Will the world be turned upside down? Are we witnessing the first signs of a new revolution? Or even more drastically, does this unfold further the beginning of an end that has made itself felt in many aspects of human civilization such as has already been well noted in, say, the Anthropocene? How are we going to cope with all the possible sea changes, short term and long term? This series is meant to reflect on the vicissitudes brought about by the dawning of this new era.





時間15:00 - 17:00




〈第一場〉1st Event (實體及線上同步進行)

講題Philosophy after Automation

主講人Yuk HUI 許煜Professor of Philosophy and Chair of Human Conditions, Erasmus University Rotterdam




Yuk HUI is currently a Professor of Philosophy and Chair of Human Conditions at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Hui wrote his doctoral thesis under the French philosopher Bernard Stiegler at Goldsmiths College London and obtained his Habilitation from the Leuphana University Lüneburg. He is the author of several monographs that have been translated into a dozen languages, including On the Existence of Digital Objects (2016), The Question Concerning Technology in China - An Essay in Cosmotechnics (2016), Recursivity and Contingency ( 2019), Art and Cosmotechnics (2021) and forthcoming Machine and Sovereignty (2024). Hui has been a juror of the Berggruen Prize for Philosophy and Culture since 2020 and convenor of the Research Network for Philosophy and Technology since 2014. 



“Philosophy after automation” is an attempt to reflect on the possibility of philosophy after its completion in cybernetics, as claimed by Martin Heidegger. It is presented here as both a question and an imperative. It serves as an invitation to ask what is the place of automation in philosophy, especially that of our time—the prefix auto- already signifies an auto-position and auto-nomy; at the same time, philosophy demands a deepened reflection on automation as its condition of existence. This talk will reconstruct the history of modern Western philosophy, departing from Kant’s Critique of Judgment and situating cybernetics within this history in order to elaborate on a new condition of philosophizing. 



14:45 - 15:00 觀眾報到、入場

15:00 - 15:05 主持人致詞

15:05 - 16:40 主講人演講

16:40 - 17:00 Q&A