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著作分類 IIRワーキングペーパー
著者 Kimura, Megumi
論文タイトル Digital Disciples: Folklore of the Creatives
機関名 一橋大学イノベーション研究センター
ナンバー WP#21-11
公開日 2021/02/03
要旨 In this study, we examine the methods of learning that have emerged as a result of advancements in learning and information technology. The results reveal that by giving life, motion and brain to machines, people can now easily find the way to emancipate the past, or the religious and political power of knowledge. Scientists have developed instruments such as telescopes and microscopes that have revealed unknown worlds. On the other hand, political, economic and social decisions have been made with very little data of the few, not for the many, but computers have told us how people’s observation missed “values absent from a set of structured data, as in an experimental design.” After the age of industrial man and the mechanical bride, machines working as disciples not only for propagation and reproduction, but also for interpretation have finally emerged. Our world soon may get a new system of logic that goes beyond the novm organon, which makes us possible to visualise “public spirits” and “happiness of societies,” or the original invisible hands.
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