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|Title: ||2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal|
|Authors: ||Hershmann Leeson, Lynn|
|Keywords: ||artificial intelligence|
|Issue Date: ||30-Mar-2009|
|Abstract: ||Modem technologies are now designed to extract and re-author privacy. The
re-authoring of identity has become an implicit part of contemporary reality.
The next generation of my "Bot" lineage specifically addresses ownership of
one's self. Her name is Gene.
Gene will have the same capabilities as earlier works such as Ruby and DiNA,
but what is unique to Gene is that she will also have the ability to scan and
capture users finger prints. Once captured, Gene will store the scans, identify
and offer certificates of copyright to them and in return, give Users back
copyright to their own identity. Gene, like DiNA will be a "live" installation,
connected to the internet.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hershman, Lynn|
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