Hannes Bajohr, The Gestalt of AI: Beyond the Holism-Atomism Divide
Suggested citation: Hannes Bajohr, The Gestalt of AI: Beyond the Holism-Atomism Divide. Interface Critique 3 (2021), pp. 13–35.
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Hannes Bajohr received his doctoral degree from Columbia University with a dissertation on Hans Blumenberg’s theory of language. His research focuses on theories of the digital, German 20th century philosophy with a focus on phenomenology and philosophical anthropology, as well as political theory. He is a postdoctoral researcher at Basel university’s media studies department. Most recent publications: History, Metaphors, Fables: A Hans Blumenberg Reader (co-edited with Florian Fuchs and Joe Paul Kroll), Ithaca, NJ: Cornell University Press, 2020, and “Algorithmic Empathy: On Two Paradigms of Digital Generative Literature and the Need for a Critique of AI Works,” in: Basel Media Culture and Cultural Techniques Working Papers 1, no. 4 (2020).