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RARL is a web worm that is spying and analyzing large data sets. The project is a social experiment
The project reveals to how data are depicted and connected in the internet and shows how to predict some future events. The software does not only report past events, but infer the probability of future events.The emphasis should be placed on the word "future". The project does not report past events, but reflect the probability of future events. In a sense, the project predict some future scenarios.
Analyze and infere
Data are analyzed and infered in the NEST http://fundamental.art.pl/NESTofficial.html. The idea of worm is based on
crawl and infer!!!
Another problem the project deals with, is the analysis of ways of making the codes of life accessible and their place in the capital exchange. It is known, that this field is more and more appropriated by Big Pharma, which attempts to patent new codes and gain profits out of it. In our understanding, there exist situations, where life should not be available for sale, made accessible as trade codes. It is an attempt of creating a new class of non-human codes and making them accessible free of charge, which causes a decentration in this system of capital exchange.
Limits of computability
Another aim of the project is connected with examining the limitations of computability through testing different sequences and recurrent functions.
The project has been exhibited in SESI Art Gallery, the Centro Cultural FIESP, Paulista Avenue, São Paulo
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the project is supported by IRSA and Adam Mickiewicz Institute
development: Robert B. Lisek