Pixelated self-image is a deconstructed mirror which creates an illusion of the subject’s image being made up of pixels. It comments on what happens when a computer deconstructs humans through algorithms. Most of us believes that people are too complex to be recreated by artificial intelligence - so what actually happens when we are viewed through a computers eyes? Do certain parts get lost? And what effect can that have upon designating a computer to carry out tasks which were previously executed by a human?
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