Probability density functionare called tails. It is the possible but extremely unlikely outcome in one direction and the possible but extremely unlikely outcome in the other. In between the extremely unlikely but yet still possible outcomes,
the tails, measures the dense probability in which we have good use of in the shaping and creating of knowledge and prediction of Nature. What we actually do when we learn about the nature of the World and the world of Nature is never as deterministic as it may seem. Possibilities and probabilities is all we got. And when we lean closer and look at nature at a quantum scale, it seems as if possibilities and probabilities is all they actually
Tails is a project run by Josefina Anjou, Philip Ullman, Sofia Jonsson and Jasmina Šarić, showing works by:
Fina Anjou, (SE/NL)
Philip Ullman, (SE/NL)
*in partial collaboration
with Cleo Tsw, (SGP/NL)
and Carl Herner, (SE/NL)
Joey Holder, (UK)
Emmeli Person, (SE)
Malin Sternesjö, (SE)
Vesna Salamon, (CRO/SE)
Veronica Brunér, (SE)
Henrik Ullman, (SE/US)
emergowhich means to arise, to rise up, to come up or to come forth. It is a natural phenomenon that occurs when a number of components operate together, producing a richer result collectively. It can be predictable or unprecedented, intended or unintended. The new outcome have properties that typically can not be found in the individual parts that it consists of. Emergent behaviour can be ripple pattern in sand dunes, the behaviour of a flock of birds, termite cathedrals, school of fish moving in tandem.
Soft poweris the ability to shape the preferences of others through appeal and attraction.
Cognitive mappingis the mapping one creates in one’s own head when getting to know a new physical location.
geo-fenceis a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area.
Digital Dementiais a term used to describe how overuse of digital technology is resulting in the breakdown of cognitive abilities in a way that is more commonly seen in people who have suffered a head injury or psychiatric illness.