art and cosmotechnics Art and Cosmotechnics (University of Minnesota Press, 29 June 2020) Pre-order at Amazon (US) In light of current discourses on AI and robotics, what do the various experiences of art contribute to the rethinking of technology today?

Charting a course through Greek tragic thought, cybernetic logic, and the aesthetics of Chinese landscape painting (山水, shanshui— mountain and water painting), Art and Cosmotechnics addresses the challenge to art and philosophy posed by contemporary technological transformation. How might a renewed understanding of the varieties of experience of art be possible in the face of discourses surrounding artificial intelligence and robotics? Departing from Hegel’s thesis on the end of art and Heidegger’s assertion of the end of philosophy, Art and Cosmotechnics travels an unfamiliar trajectory of thought to arrive at a new relation between art and technology.
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Tecnodiversidade Fragmentar el futuro – ensayos sobre tecnodiversidad (Caja Negra Editora, 2020) Available in Spanish The book brings together the main texts of the philosopher of technology, Yuk Hui, one of the most influential figures in the debate on technology, artificial intelligence and what he calls "cosmotechnics", technologies developed in local, private contexts that would contain the outputs to the current global ecological, political and social crisis.

The book has received a great response in the Spanish-speaking area and was praised by the local media as one of the most interesting works of philosophy of politics and technology in 2020.
Also available in Portuguese
R&C Recursivity and Contingency Also available in русский, 中文 (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019) This book employs recursivity and contingency as two principle concepts to investigate into the relation between nature and technology, machine and organism, system and freedom. It reconstructs a trajectory of thought from an Organic condition of thinking elaborated by Kant, passing by the philosophy of nature (Schelling and Hegel), to the 20th century Organicism (Bertalanffy, Needham, Whitehead, Wiener among others) and Organology (Bergson, Canguilhem, Simodnon, Stiegler), and questions the new condition of philosophizing in the time of algorithmic contingency, ecological and algorithmic catastrophes, which Heidegger calls the end of philosophy. More info Cosmotechnics Also available in Italiano, Française, Deutsch, 한국어 The Question Concerning Technology in China (Urbanomic, 2016/2019) There exists no more challenging work for anyone interested in trying to understand both the manifold philosophical challenges of Western scientific technology and the contemporary rise of China on the world-historical scene. –Carl Mitcham, Issues in Science and Technology

In this remarkable book, Yuk Hui draws on the major thinkers of both the West and the East to elaborate an original reflection on the nature of technology. He has enlarged the philosophical horizon for the Anthropocene age. –Andrew Feenberg, author of Between Reason and Experience: Essays in Technology and Modernity
Digital object On the Existence of Digital Objects On the Existence of Digital Objects conducts a philosophical examination of digital objects and their organizing schema by creating a dialogue between Martin Heidegger and Gilbert Simondon, which Yuk Hui contextualizes within the history of computing. How can digital objects be understood according to individualization and individuation? Hui pursues this question through the history of ontology and the study of markup languages and Web ontologies; he investigates the existential structure of digital objects within their systems and milieux. With this relational approach toward digital objects and technical systems, the book addresses alienation, described by Simondon as the consequence of mistakenly viewing technics in opposition to culture. (University of Minnesota Press, 2016) More info Also available in 中文

Art and Cosmotechnics Philosophy Today (Vol.65, No.2) Edited by Yuk Hui, with the contributions from Jean-Luc Nancy, Bernard Stiegler, Howard Caygill, Katerina Kolozova, Babette Babich, Anna Longo, Michał Krzykawski, Hiroki Azuma, Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, and Pieter Lemmens More info Special Issue “Philosophy after Automation” Angelaki Cosmotechnics Cosmotechnics: For a Renewed Concept of Technology in the Anthropocene (Routledge, 2021) Angelaki special issue (Vol 25, No.4): cosmotechnics Edited by Yuk Hui and Pieter Lemmens, with contributions from Marco Pavanini, Andrés Vaccari, Yuk Hui, Pieter Lemmens, Bernard Stiegler, Jason Tuckwell, Sjoerd van Tuinen, Clive Hamilton, Frédéric Neyrat, Peter Skafish Angelaki special issue (Vol 25, No.4): cosmotechnics Cosmotechnics: For a Renewed Concept of Technology in the Anthropocene other volume 40 years After The Postmodern Condition
新美術 New Art (vol. 41, issue 3, 2020)
Edited by Yuk Hui, with the contributions from Yannick Blanc, Jean-François Lyotard, Bernard Stiegler, Sarah Wilson, Yuk Hui, Hiroki Azuma, Ashley Woodward, Li Yang More info
other volume Anthropocene
新美術 New Art (vol. 41, issue 3, 2017)
Edited by Yuk Hui, with the contributions from Peter Sloterdijk, Bernard Stiegler, Pieter Lemmens, Yuk Hui, Bruno Latour, Heater Davis, Anselm Franke, Donna Haraway, Elizabeth Povinelli, Linda Lai, Vincent Nordman More info (Chinese)
other volume Art, Science and Theory
30 Years after Les Immatériaux
Edited by Yuk Hui, with the contributions from Daniel Birnbaum, Jean-Louis Boissier, Andreas Broeckmann, Thierry Dufrêne, Francesca Gallo, Charlie Gere, Antony Hudek, Yuk Hui, Jean-François Lyotard, Robin Mackay, Anne Elisabeth Sejten, Bernard Stiegler, and Sven-Olov Wallenstein More info