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Keywords: Journalism antropology of communication ethics philosophy of stupidity media artificial intelligence

KMT 2022 nr 4 Download PDF

Future of a person in the media – between a philosophy of stupidity and artificial intelligence

Cite: , Przyszłość osoby w mediach – od filozofii głupoty ku sztucznej inteligencji, "Kultura - Media - Teologia", 2022( 52) nr 4, s. 164-186.

DOI: 10.21697/kmt.52.9

Some of the major historical disputes that man has ever been in considered the truth, or to be more precise, the truth about man. They occurred in three fundamental areas: thought, action, and law. However, it was an area that can today be considered historical. The contemporary dispute about the person, including the person in the media, is played out between a philosophy of stupidity, i.e. the abandonment of a reliable intellectual path of analysis of the phenomenon being described, and artificial intelligence, which appears to replace human intelligence. The person becomes only an element in the description of social life, an increasingly silent actor of events, and ceases to be the proper subject of the communication process. The article aims to ask to what extent in the journalism profession artificial intelligence will only be a new method of rapid data acquisition and processing, and to what extent it will be an attempt to replace a person in their unique qualities such as cognitive intuition, sensitivity, emotions, motivation, and responsibility. Two of the aforementioned issues seem particularly relevant: motivation and responsibility. The question that remains open concerns not so much the future of the media (to which we generally reduce the description of the transformations that occur in the mediosphere), but rather the future of the person in the media, especially in the subjective dimension. In such an understanding of the transformation of human cognition and the media world, the call for a redefinition of basic ethical principles protecting the person and his or her well-being emerges as essential.

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Jarosław Sobkowiak

Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie

ORCID: 0000-0003-3698-4366


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