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Title: Aproximaciones a una deontología de la lectura de la inteligencia artificial en la primera mitad del siglo XXI
Author: Paredes Beckmann, Juan Alfredo  
Serra-Pages, Carles  
Abstract: The 21st century is a time where the acceleration provided by new technologies has been integrated into our sociopolitical systems, as well as into cultural manifestations. The constant updates, both of devices, software or digital platforms, end up changing the way in which we have traditionally seen the world. One of these changes has to do with the ways of reading, which have been considered as an intellectual capacity that allows us to approach and process the contents. However, reading has to do with a deontology of the look, this predisposes us to a sensitive way of observing carefully, a way of breaking into a heterogeneous materiality, far from noise. In digital today, among so many resources, there are algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI), which have affected state policies, our consumption of information, as well as our conditioning to produce culture. For this reason, this work predisposes, at first, to determine the meaning of the reading, to then propose certain notions about a deontology of the reading of the phenomena of new technologies, such as, for example, artificial intelligence (AI).
Keywords: reading
artificial intelligence
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jul-2023
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