Parrhesia: School of Philosophy, Berlin e.V. is a non-profit teaching and research organization devoted to the public practice of philosophy. It is a proud chapter of the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy.
All comers are welcome: our courses and events have no entry requirements or assessment.
Upcoming talk: Wedneday, 8 February 2023
Parrhesia Berlin invites you to a talk by Antonio. A. Casilli, "The automaton and the pieceworker. Artificial intelligence, data annotation, and global labor arbitrage." Attendance is free of charge (donations welcome!).
The talk is on 8 February, 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Attendance is in-person and online via Zoom. Online participants, please register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-automaton-and-the-pieceworker-ai-and-global-labor-arbitrage-tickets-521034878347. Each session will be recorded and made available to those unable to make the schedule. In-person attendance at: Gerichtstraße 45, 13347 Berlin.
A huge computer in which ten workers are hiding, in the style of Annie Leibovitz
Antonio. A. Casilli, professor of sociology at Telecom Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, and researcher at the Institut Interdisciplinaire de l'Innovation
Parrhesia’s courses allow for a wide variety of subjects extending from film theory to the history of philosophy, from theories of technology and art to contemporary political concerns. By offering the option of doing multiple courses for only a little more than the single course price Parrhesia encourages students to broaden their experience of different philosophical traditions and themes.
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