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R.U. Sirius is the former co-publisher and editor-in-chief of the 1990s cyberpunk magazine MONDO 2000. He is author or coauthor of 11 books including Counterculture Through The Ages, Cyberpunk Handbook, and Transcendence: The Disinformation Encyclopedia of Transhumanism and the Singularity. In the early 1980s, he was lead vocalist for Rochester New York’s second most popular punk band Party Dogs and has been recording music as lyricist, coproducer and occasional vocalist then. He is currently involved in a project building immersive virtual environment in collaboration with PlayLa.bZ around the theme “R.U. Against NFTs/MONDO Cyber” An early version of the environment was unveiled at Mozfest on May 20. The next iteration will be available some time this year.
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The Politics of Appropriation and the Active Use of Content-Creating A
In the 80s and 90s, taping and sampling were said to be killing the music industry. Now, AI is said to steal artists’ work and threaten their jobs. Is Generative AI an accelerated version of remix culture?
Hollywood Writers Strike Versus Facsimile Culture
R.U. Sirius explores the rise of AI in entertainment, the striking writers demanding regulations, and the battle to preserve human creativity. Discover the blurred lines between originals and facsimiles in art and music.
Steal This Singularity (The Yippies Started The Digital Revolution)
"Steal This Singularity" challenges the dominance of Big Capital and authoritarian states over technology. R.U. Sirius explores how we can embrace uniqueness and originality to thrive alongside AI.
Accelerating to Nowhere
We are using technology more and more for virtual purposes, not real ones. If we neglect the physical world, what kind of future will that lead us to?
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