Prolegomenon to a media theory of machine learning

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Berry, David;
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This paper, outlines a groundwork for a media theory of machine learning by introducing two new concepts, compute-computing and compute-computed, and a framework for their interaction. Compute-computing (computing as generative) is here understood as the “active” learni... View more
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