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In September, on the 29 and 30th, I’ll be speaking (with Toni Negri, Rupert Soar, Jean Didier Vincent, Francois Jouve, John Holland, and Greg Lynn) at the University of South California on the topic of mind and machine. There’s no programme yet, but I’ll place a copy here when it becomes available

The event is interdisciplinary, and involves neurobiologists, mathematicians, architects, and philosophers. It’s organized by François Roche, whose work as an architect using Deleuze is absolutely compelling.