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"Acoustic intelligence" designates a form of surveillance-listening in art and society. In this edited volume, it is the concept guiding the analysis of acoustic spying and surveillance scenarios in media. At the same time, Acoustic Intelligence draws attention to the agency of intelligent machines and algorithms. Its phenomena and fields of analysis constantly shift between the semantic poles of listening and obeying.
Anna Schürmer, Maximilian Haberer, and Tomy Brautschek, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany.
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