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Kafka in the Age of AI and the Futility of Privacy as Control

The publication discusses how Franz Kafka’s works highlight the powerlessness and vulnerability of individuals, paralleling modern privacy issues. It argues that empowering individuals may not be the solution to privacy concerns in the age of artificial intelligence. Instead, it suggests focusing on societal structures to control personal data handling.

Key Points:

  • Kafka’s portrayal of disempowerment and submission to authority reflects privacy challenges.
  • Empowering individuals may not effectively protect privacy in the era of AI.
  • Society should focus on regulating data handling practices rather than solely giving individuals control over their data.
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