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    Authors: Panda, Subhajit; Kaur, Navkiran;

    This paper delves into the transformative intersection of emerging technologies and digital libraries, illuminating a path toward an enriched and accessible knowledge landscape. Focusing on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP), Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR), the study explores how these technologies redefine digital library experiences. AI and ML algorithms empower intuitive content curation and recommendation, reshaping the way users interact with digital resources. NLP bridges the gap between human language intricacies and digital systems, enhancing search functionalities and making information retrieval seamless. AR overlays digital information onto the physical world, expanding interactive learning possibilities, while VR immerses users in virtual realms, revolutionizing educational paradigms. The paper critically examines the practical integration of these technologies, ensuring digital libraries not only preserve vast knowledge repositories but also present information in engaging and accessible formats. Through AI-driven metadata generation and content tagging, digital libraries are systematically organized and enriched, amplifying search accuracy. These innovations not only preserve the past but also illuminate a future where knowledge is universally accessible, fostering curiosity, learning, and exploration. The study not only theoretically explores the potential of these technologies but also delves into the perceptions of practical library users, ensuring a user-centric approach in shaping the digital libraries of tomorrow. This research contributes significantly to the evolving landscape of digital libraries, paving the way for inclusive, immersive, and engaging knowledge experiences for diverse users worldwide.

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    Authors: Malinina, Polina;

    This research-type thesis aims to explore the Generative AI technology and its application to the workflow of an IT specialist, the possibilities of integration of Generative AI tools to the business processes, define the scenarios of the technology development and influence on the IT field for the next five years. The research is conducted using qualitative methods. By comparing information collected through systematic literature review and semi-structured interviews with IT specialists, thesis aims to realistically evaluate Generative AI potential and define risks associated with the technology that cannot be overlooked. The report begins with an introduction chapter that defines research aims and objectives as well as the key concepts explored in the study. The introduction is followed by literature review that outlines possibilities and limitations of Generative AI, ways of its application to the IT specialist workflow, impact of the technology on the employee productivity, opportunities and risks related to integration of Generative AI tools into the business processes. The next chapter defines and justifies the interview method, outlines the research focus group and implementation steps. It is followed by the summary of the interview participant’s insights and experiences. In the discussion chapter gathered information is efficiently analyzed to answer the research questions. The report is closed by a list of Generative AI tools and their application to various IT roles, recommendations for individual specialists and businesses regarding Generative AI, as well as formulated scenarios of this technology future development and influence on the field of IT. The study concludes that Generative AI is the technology that will stay and become a new norm in the IT specialist workflow. Currently ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot are the tools that will be the most beneficial for the IT specialist, while other role-specific tools may be not yet developed enough to be useful for senior specialists. Generative AI is expected to transform standard IT roles, automate, and simplify development processes. Albeit its benefits for individual specialists, this technology is not recommended to be integrated on the business level for now, since there is no sufficient law regulation of AI, which makes the tools not safe in terms of potential confidential information leakage, issues related to copyright and output bias of the current Generative AI models. The research also formulates negative, neutral, and positive Generative AI evolvement scenarios that cover changes that the technology may cause on the IT industry in the next five years.

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    Authors: Kyllönen, Mia;

    The purpose of this bachelor’s thesis was to examine anger and how society and culture places limitations to the expression of it depending on who is the one expressing it. The way society views and interprets displays of anger is also depending on who’s the one displaying it as well as the consequences of those actions. Emphasis is on the role of the sex assigned at birth regarding these limitations and consequences. The thesis is a research on anger as an emotion, societal expectations regarding anger and how anger has been and is visible in the art world. I also discuss examples of contemporary feminine-presenting artists whose works can be viewed as angry or have been condemned because of their anger. Genderroles are being examined as well since they have their effect on everything said. The final part of the thesis is a reflection on the subject through artistic process, which consists of six bodies of work. Besides that the feedback of the exhibition and the research itself are also under the reflection. The works were exhibited in the Raw Degree Show of the Fine Art study path of Tampere University of Applied Sciences during 11.3. – 26.3.2023 in Gallery Himmelblau, Tampere.

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    Authors: Stefanescu, Camelia;

    In the present work, an artistic mediation project has been carried out with a group of adolescents with functional diversity, using the Service-Learning methodology as a basis. Through this methodology, it has been possible to put into practice the knowledge and skills acquired during a university career in community service. This work aims to address social inclusion, one of the contemporary problems of our society, from an artistic perspective. For this, a series of artistic workshops have been carried out with the chosen group, in which it has been possible to see how art has acted as therapy for adolescents, developing their social and communication skills, the expression of their feelings and emotions, etc., and, as a mediator in the environment in which they live. Finally, after the workshops, artistic work was performed in collaboration with the students to make social inclusion more visible and real. Throughout this work, we will be able to see the development of the project, from an investigation of the social inclusion of people with functional diversity and the means to deal with this problem, to the implementation of an inclusive project, through the art of seven adolescents with special educational needs.

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    Authors: Rosén-Wiksten, Kajsa;

    Den här uppsatsen analyserar och diskuterar hur materiell kultur från förslavade människor från plantage tidigare tillhörande danska Västindien är bevis för kreolisering. Uppsatsen argumenterar för hur kreolisering är den teori som krävs för att fortskrida inom studier gällande slaveri då det belyser hur förslavade individer lyckades skapade en egen identitet, samhörighet samt bibehöll sina kulturer och seder levande trots att de ansågs vara socialt döda. Detta görs genom att analysera kvantiteten av påträffat material under arkeologiska undersökningar inom slavkontexter på före detta plantage på de danska kolonierna. Uppsatsen presenterar och analyserar material i form av så kallat ”Afro-Cruzan” keramik, pärlor, snäckskal och pipfragment som används för att diskutera och argumentera för hur den höga kvantiteten av diverse föremål från slavsamhällen är bevis på ett långsiktigt bevarande av kulturer och kulturella identitet och uttryck samt de förslavades bibehållna agens. Vidare belyses även hur kreoliseringsteorin är mer applicerbar med hänsyn till att teorin tycks att ha skapats ur ett post-processuellt perspektiv då det undviker den normativa mentaliteten och teoretisering att slaveristudier grundas i ett perspektiv där de förslavade var endast varor inom ett socio-ekonomiskt samhälle.Diskussionen leder slutligen till hur det är väsentligt att bibehålla ett kritiskt öga om hur teorier och teoretiska ramverk har använts inom arkeologiska studier om slaveri samt hur det är nödvändigt att vidga perspektiven och inkludera andra skandinaviska länder, så som Sverige. This thesis examines and discusses how creolisation theory has influenced the material culture of enslaved people from former Danish West Indies plantations. The essay contends that creolisation is the theory required to advance slavery studies because it demonstrates how enslaved people created their own identity, belonging, and kept African cultures and customs alive despite being socially dead. This was accomplished through an examination of the amount of material discovered at archaeological investigations on former Danish plantations within slave contexts. Through the presentation and analysis of "Afro-Cruzan" ceramics, beads, shells, and pipe fragments, the thesis discusses and argues how the abundance of various objects from enslaved communities is evidence of long-term preservation of cultures, cultural identity, and expression. Furthermore, the usefulness of creolisation theory is emphasised because it is argued to have been developed with a post-processual perspective, avoiding the normative theorisation that has based slavery studies on a perspective in which the enslaved were only marginalised. Finally, the discussion emphasises the importance of remaining critical of how theories and theoretical frameworks have been applied in archaeological studies on slavery, as well as the need to broaden perspectives and include other Scandinavian countries, such as Sweden. 

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    Authors: Hjelm, Daniel;

    Northvolt is a Swedish battery manufacturing company that specializes in the production of sustainable lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage systems. Established in 2016, the company has experienced significant growth in recent years. This growth has presented a major challenge for the IT Support team, as they face a substantial volume of ITrelated inquiries. To address this challenge and allow the IT Support team to concentrate on more complex support tasks, a question-answering chatbot has been implemented as part of this thesis project. The chatbot has been developed using the Microsoft Bot Framework and leverages Microsoft cloud services, specifically Azure Cognitive Services, to provide intelligent and cognitive capabilities for answering employee questions directly within Microsoft Teams. The chatbot has undergone testing by a diverse group of employees from various teams within the organization and was evaluated based on three key metrics: effectiveness (including accuracy, precision, and intent recognition rate), efficiency (including response time and scalability), and satisfaction. The test results indicate that the accuracy, precision, and intent recognition rate fall below the required thresholds for production readiness. However, these metrics can be improved by expanding the knowledge base of the bot. The chatbot demonstrates impressive efficiency in terms of response time and scalability, and its user-friendly nature contributes to a positive user experience. Users express high levels of satisfaction with their interactions with the bot, and the majority would recommend it to their colleagues, recognizing it as a valuable service solution that will benefit all employees at Northvolt in the future. Moving forward, the primary focus should be on expanding the knowledge base and effectively communicating the bot’s purpose and scope to enhance effectiveness and satisfaction. Additionally, integrating the bot with advanced AI features, such as OpenAI’s language models available within Microsoft’s ecosystem, would elevate the bot to the next level.

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    Authors: Riemer, Lisa-Marie;

    The text explores the concept of shared spaces and the role of spaces in caring for everything inhabited. It highlights the need for us humans to rethink spaces and engage with them. This thesis uses two sculptured objects in Malmö to illustrate the responsibility and response-ability objects and humans hold towards their places. The text aims to engage with these objects with care and consciousness. Theoretical frameworks of Leslie Kern’s Feminist City and theories of Radical Empathy in archival practices will formulate the basis for this engagement. This thesis seeks for actions of radical care through a feminist agenda. It concludes by highlighting the importance of empathically engaging in public spaces, leading to discussions around societal norms and questioning of human constructs.

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    Authors: Abbe, Daniel Pease;

    Many art historical discussions take a philosophical approach to photography, in which the medium becomes an ontological object. This dissertation proceeds instead from the subject of the photographer, understood in phenomenological terms. In particular, I take the photographs and critical essays of the Japanese photographer Nakahira Takuma (1938-2015) as a case study to ask how photographers are bodies in the world. Nakahira stands out for his significant contributions to the politicization of photographic theory and practice, largely during the 1970s. Yet he differs from other artist-critic figures working around the world at this time because he consistently staked his work on corporeal experience. Drawing on the events of 1968, mass media distribution of images, conceptual practices of photography, Mono-ha art theory and the political situation of Okinawa, Nakahira continuously worked over the question of how bodies relate to the world. Each chapter of this dissertation examines one group of Nakahira’s photographs, or one of his essays, to trace the development of his corporeal theory and practice. Chapter 1 introduces photographs that Nakahira published in the second issue of the magazine "Provoke," to show why he came to understand bodies in political terms around 1968. Chapter 2 considers the body of the photographer in relation to mass media, capital and state power, through a close reading of “The Illusion Called Document,” a 1972 essay that Nakahira wrote in dialogue with contemporary media theory. Chapter 3 positions Nakahira’s 1971 Paris installation "Circulation" within the context of conceptual art and photography. In contrast to such cool indexicality, this work developed the idea of the photographer as a body flowing through the world. Chapter 4 turns to Nakahira’s most well-known piece of writing, “Why an Illustrated Botanical Reference Book?” Drawing on phenomenology through the Mono-ha artist Lee Ufan, Nakahira situates the photographer in relation to the world through the embodied notion of “encounter.” Chapter 5 examines photographs that Nakahira took on the islands of Amami. The disorientations of photographic space in this series represent a critique at a sensorial level of the colonial relationship between “mainland” Japan and Okinawa.

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    Authors: Kulesz, Octavio;

    This paper examines the potential impact of Large Language Models (LLMs) in the press and in the production of books and academic journals. LLMs, such as OpenAI’s GPT-3, are trained on massive text corpora and can predict the next word in a given context through probabilistic methods. They have demonstrated autonomy and versatility in a variety of tasks, including question answering, translation, summarization, text classification, and code generation from natural language instructions. The paper discusses the trends, opportunities, and challenges of artificial intelligence (AI) and LLMs in the publishing industries, as well as the existing research on these topics. It also conducts experiments and operations with GPT-3 to explore its potential benefits and limitations, and offers reflections on the medium- and long-term impact of LLMs in those sectors.

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    Authors: Herrera, Joel Salvador;

    Drug trafficking represents a major sociopolitical concern across the developing world. In Latin America, organized crime groups have emerged as quasi-governmental authorities that exercise strict control over local economies and political institutions. Through a comparative-historical analysis of two Mexican states (Sinaloa and Michoac�n), this dissertation explains the origins of illicit drug markets, as well as social responses to contemporary dynamics of criminal rule. I argue that the expansion of the drug trade in the twentieth century stems from state building projects that attempted to modernize the countryside, and from the selective application of prohibitionist policies in drug-producing regions and trafficking centers. By the turn of the century, trafficking networks, commonly referred to as drug cartels, emerged as perpetrators of violence in the context of militarized state repression. In Sinaloa, its eponymous cartel initiated a series of armed conflicts in key border cities that gave it the semblance organizational coherence. Yet its horizontal structure made the network resilient in the face of internal schisms and leadership removals. In southern Michoac�n, criminal actors emerged as de facto local authorities, governing their communities through violence and exorbitant taxation. I argue that repressive criminal rule elicited an armed reaction from local elites who organized vigilante groups that reflected the region’s unequal agrarian social structures.

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    Authors: Panda, Subhajit; Kaur, Navkiran;

    This paper delves into the transformative intersection of emerging technologies and digital libraries, illuminating a path toward an enriched and accessible knowledge landscape. Focusing on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP), Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR), the study explores how these technologies redefine digital library experiences. AI and ML algorithms empower intuitive content curation and recommendation, reshaping the way users interact with digital resources. NLP bridges the gap between human language intricacies and digital systems, enhancing search functionalities and making information retrieval seamless. AR overlays digital information onto the physical world, expanding interactive learning possibilities, while VR immerses users in virtual realms, revolutionizing educational paradigms. The paper critically examines the practical integration of these technologies, ensuring digital libraries not only preserve vast knowledge repositories but also present information in engaging and accessible formats. Through AI-driven metadata generation and content tagging, digital libraries are systematically organized and enriched, amplifying search accuracy. These innovations not only preserve the past but also illuminate a future where knowledge is universally accessible, fostering curiosity, learning, and exploration. The study not only theoretically explores the potential of these technologies but also delves into the perceptions of practical library users, ensuring a user-centric approach in shaping the digital libraries of tomorrow. This research contributes significantly to the evolving landscape of digital libraries, paving the way for inclusive, immersive, and engaging knowledge experiences for diverse users worldwide.

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    Authors: Malinina, Polina;

    This research-type thesis aims to explore the Generative AI technology and its application to the workflow of an IT specialist, the possibilities of integration of Generative AI tools to the business processes, define the scenarios of the technology development and influence on the IT field for the next five years. The research is conducted using qualitative methods. By comparing information collected through systematic literature review and semi-structured interviews with IT specialists, thesis aims to realistically evaluate Generative AI potential and define risks associated with the technology that cannot be overlooked. The report begins with an introduction chapter that defines research aims and objectives as well as the key concepts explored in the study. The introduction is followed by literature review that outlines possibilities and limitations of Generative AI, ways of its application to the IT specialist workflow, impact of the technology on the employee productivity, opportunities and risks related to integration of Generative AI tools into the business processes. The next chapter defines and justifies the interview method, outlines the research focus group and implementation steps. It is followed by the summary of the interview participant’s insights and experiences. In the discussion chapter gathered information is efficiently analyzed to answer the research questions. The report is closed by a list of Generative AI tools and their application to various IT roles, recommendations for individual specialists and businesses regarding Generative AI, as well as formulated scenarios of this technology future development and influence on the field of IT. The study concludes that Generative AI is the technology that will stay and become a new norm in the IT specialist workflow. Currently ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot are the tools that will be the most beneficial for the IT specialist, while other role-specific tools may be not yet developed enough to be useful for senior specialists. Generative AI is expected to transform standard IT roles, automate, and simplify development processes. Albeit its benefits for individual specialists, this technology is not recommended to be integrated on the business level for now, since there is no sufficient law regulation of AI, which makes the tools not safe in terms of potential confidential information leakage, issues related to copyright and output bias of the current Generative AI models. The research also formulates negative, neutral, and positive Generative AI evolvement scenarios that cover changes that the technology may cause on the IT industry in the next five years.

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    Authors: Kyllönen, Mia;

    The purpose of this bachelor’s thesis was to examine anger and how society and culture places limitations to the expression of it depending on who is the one expressing it. The way society views and interprets displays of anger is also depending on who’s the one displaying it as well as the consequences of those actions. Emphasis is on the role of the sex assigned at birth regarding these limitations and consequences. The thesis is a research on anger as an emotion, societal expectations regarding anger and how anger has been and is visible in the art world. I also discuss examples of contemporary feminine-presenting artists whose works can be viewed as angry or have been condemned because of their anger. Genderroles are being examined as well since they have their effect on everything said. The final part of the thesis is a reflection on the subject through artistic process, which consists of six bodies of work. Besides that the feedback of the exhibition and the research itself are also under the reflection. The works were exhibited in the Raw Degree Show of the Fine Art study path of Tampere University of Applied Sciences during 11.3. – 26.3.2023 in Gallery Himmelblau, Tampere.

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    Authors: Stefanescu, Camelia;

    In the present work, an artistic mediation project has been carried out with a group of adolescents with functional diversity, using the Service-Learning methodology as a basis. Through this methodology, it has been possible to put into practice the knowledge and skills acquired during a university career in community service. This work aims to address social inclusion, one of the contemporary problems of our society, from an artistic perspective. For this, a series of artistic workshops have been carried out with the chosen group, in which it has been possible to see how art has acted as therapy for adolescents, developing their social and communication skills, the expression of their feelings and emotions, etc., and, as a mediator in the environment in which they live. Finally, after the workshops, artistic work was performed in collaboration with the students to make social inclusion more visible and real. Throughout this work, we will be able to see the development of the project, from an investigation of the social inclusion of people with functional diversity and the means to deal with this problem, to the implementation of an inclusive project, through the art of seven adolescents with special educational needs.

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    Authors: Rosén-Wiksten, Kajsa;

    Den här uppsatsen analyserar och diskuterar hur materiell kultur från förslavade människor från plantage tidigare tillhörande danska Västindien är bevis för kreolisering. Uppsatsen argumenterar för hur kreolisering är den teori som krävs för att fortskrida inom studier gällande slaveri då det belyser hur förslavade individer lyckades skapade en egen identitet, samhörighet samt bibehöll sina kulturer och seder levande trots att de ansågs vara socialt döda. Detta görs genom att analysera kvantiteten av påträffat material under arkeologiska undersökningar inom slavkontexter på före detta plantage på de danska kolonierna. Uppsatsen presenterar och analyserar material i form av så kallat ”Afro-Cruzan” keramik, pärlor, snäckskal och pipfragment som används för att diskutera och argumentera för hur den höga kvantiteten av diverse föremål från slavsamhällen är bevis på ett långsiktigt bevarande av kulturer och kulturella identitet och uttryck samt de förslavades bibehållna agens. Vidare belyses även hur kreoliseringsteorin är mer applicerbar med hänsyn till att teorin tycks att ha skapats ur ett post-processuellt perspektiv då det undviker den normativa mentaliteten och teoretisering att slaveristudier grundas i ett perspektiv där de förslavade var endast varor inom ett socio-ekonomiskt samhälle.Diskussionen leder slutligen till hur det är väsentligt att bibehålla ett kritiskt öga om hur teorier och teoretiska ramverk har använts inom arkeologiska studier om slaveri samt hur det är nödvändigt att vidga perspektiven och inkludera andra skandinaviska länder, så som Sverige. This thesis examines and discusses how creolisation theory has influenced the material culture of enslaved people from former Danish West Indies plantations. The essay contends that creolisation is the theory required to advance slavery studies because it demonstrates how enslaved people created their own identity, belonging, and kept African cultures and customs alive despite being socially dead. This was accomplished through an examination of the amount of material discovered at archaeological investigations on former Danish plantations within slave contexts. Through the presentation and analysis of "Afro-Cruzan" ceramics, beads, shells, and pipe fragments, the thesis discusses and argues how the abundance of various objects from enslaved communities is evidence of long-term preservation of cultures, cultural identity, and expression. Furthermore, the usefulness of creolisation theory is emphasised because it is argued to have been developed with a post-processual perspective, avoiding the normative theorisation that has based slavery studies on a perspective in which the enslaved were only marginalised. Finally, the discussion emphasises the importance of remaining critical of how theories and theoretical frameworks have been applied in archaeological studies on slavery, as well as the need to broaden perspectives and include other Scandinavian countries, such as Sweden. 

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    Authors: Hjelm, Daniel;

    Northvolt is a Swedish battery manufacturing company that specializes in the production of sustainable lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage systems. Established in 2016, the company has experienced significant growth in recent years. This growth has presented a major challenge for the IT Support team, as they face a substantial volume of ITrelated inquiries. To address this challenge and allow the IT Support team to concentrate on more complex support tasks, a question-answering chatbot has been implemented as part of this thesis project. The chatbot has been developed using the Microsoft Bot Framework and leverages Microsoft cloud services, specifically Azure Cognitive Services, to provide intelligent and cognitive capabilities for answering employee questions directly within Microsoft Teams. The chatbot has undergone testing by a diverse group of employees from various teams within the organization and was evaluated based on three key metrics: effectiveness (including accuracy, precision, and intent recognition rate), efficiency (including response time and scalability), and satisfaction. The test results indicate that the accuracy, precision, and intent recognition rate fall below the required thresholds for production readiness. However, these metrics can be improved by expanding the knowledge base of the bot. The chatbot demonstrates impressive efficiency in terms of response time and scalability, and its user-friendly nature contributes to a positive user experience. Users express high levels of satisfaction with their interactions with the bot, and the majority would recommend it to their colleagues, recognizing it as a valuable service solution that will benefit all employees at Northvolt in the future. Moving forward, the primary focus should be on expanding the knowledge base and effectively communicating the bot’s purpose and scope to enhance effectiveness and satisfaction. Additionally, integrating the bot with advanced AI features, such as OpenAI’s language models available within Microsoft’s ecosystem, would elevate the bot to the next level.

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    Authors: Riemer, Lisa-Marie;

    The text explores the concept of shared spaces and the role of spaces in caring for everything inhabited. It highlights the need for us humans to rethink spaces and engage with them. This thesis uses two sculptured objects in Malmö to illustrate the responsibility and response-ability objects and humans hold towards their places. The text aims to engage with these objects with care and consciousness. Theoretical frameworks of Leslie Kern’s Feminist City and theories of Radical Empathy in archival practices will formulate the basis for this engagement. This thesis seeks for actions of radical care through a feminist agenda. It concludes by highlighting the importance of empathically engaging in public spaces, leading to discussions around societal norms and questioning of human constructs.

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    Authors: Abbe, Daniel Pease;

    Many art historical discussions take a philosophical approach to photography, in which the medium becomes an ontological object. This dissertation proceeds instead from the subject of the photographer, understood in phenomenological terms. In particular, I take the photographs and critical essays of the Japanese photographer Nakahira Takuma (1938-2015) as a case study to ask how photographers are bodies in the world. Nakahira stands out for his significant contributions to the politicization of photographic theory and practice, largely during the 1970s. Yet he differs from other artist-critic figures working around the world at this time because he consistently staked his work on corporeal experience. Drawing on the events of 1968, mass media distribution of images, conceptual practices of photography, Mono-ha art theory and the political situation of Okinawa, Nakahira continuously worked over the question of how bodies relate to the world. Each chapter of this dissertation examines one group of Nakahira’s photographs, or one of his essays, to trace the development of his corporeal theory and practice. Chapter 1 introduces photographs that Nakahira published in the second issue of the magazine "Provoke," to show why he came to understand bodies in political terms around 1968. Chapter 2 considers the body of the photographer in relation to mass media, capital and state power, through a close reading of “The Illusion Called Document,” a 1972 essay that Nakahira wrote in dialogue with contemporary media theory. Chapter 3 positions Nakahira’s 1971 Paris installation "Circulation" within the context of conceptual art and photography. In contrast to such cool indexicality, this work developed the idea of the photographer as a body flowing through the world. Chapter 4 turns to Nakahira’s most well-known piece of writing, “Why an Illustrated Botanical Reference Book?” Drawing on phenomenology through the Mono-ha artist Lee Ufan, Nakahira situates the photographer in relation to the world through the embodied notion of “encounter.” Chapter 5 examines photographs that Nakahira took on the islands of Amami. The disorientations of photographic space in this series represent a critique at a sensorial level of the colonial relationship between “mainland” Japan and Okinawa.

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    Authors: Kulesz, Octavio;

    This paper examines the potential impact of Large Language Models (LLMs) in the press and in the production of books and academic journals. LLMs, such as OpenAI’s GPT-3, are trained on massive text corpora and can predict the next word in a given context through probabilistic methods. They have demonstrated autonomy and versatility in a variety of tasks, including question answering, translation, summarization, text classification, and code generation from natural language instructions. The paper discusses the trends, opportunities, and challenges of artificial intelligence (AI) and LLMs in the publishing industries, as well as the existing research on these topics. It also conducts experiments and operations with GPT-3 to explore its potential benefits and limitations, and offers reflections on the medium- and long-term impact of LLMs in those sectors.

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    Authors: Herrera, Joel Salvador;

    Drug trafficking represents a major sociopolitical concern across the developing world. In Latin America, organized crime groups have emerged as quasi-governmental authorities that exercise strict control over local economies and political institutions. Through a comparative-historical analysis of two Mexican states (Sinaloa and Michoac�n), this dissertation explains the origins of illicit drug markets, as well as social responses to contemporary dynamics of criminal rule. I argue that the expansion of the drug trade in the twentieth century stems from state building projects that attempted to modernize the countryside, and from the selective application of prohibitionist policies in drug-producing regions and trafficking centers. By the turn of the century, trafficking networks, commonly referred to as drug cartels, emerged as perpetrators of violence in the context of militarized state repression. In Sinaloa, its eponymous cartel initiated a series of armed conflicts in key border cities that gave it the semblance organizational coherence. Yet its horizontal structure made the network resilient in the face of internal schisms and leadership removals. In southern Michoac�n, criminal actors emerged as de facto local authorities, governing their communities through violence and exorbitant taxation. I argue that repressive criminal rule elicited an armed reaction from local elites who organized vigilante groups that reflected the region’s unequal agrarian social structures.

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