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RARL is a web worm that is spying and analyzing large data sets. The project is a social experiment
that deals with hidden data, systems that reacts in a very short time and security panic. RARL
is looking for data concerning bio-terrorism tactics, synthetic life, new bacteria, epidemic,
across several agencies and companies ? local, state, international as DARPA, NSA, Consortium for
Polynucleotide Synthesis etc. The project interests also purely "psychological" response and related
social chain reactions as AUM or japanese nazi movement.




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://robertlisek.com/NESTofficial.html. The idea of worm is based on
some software used by russian intelligent service G.R.U.




crawl and infer!!!



Capital Exchange

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 aim is also to find an absolute general criterion for the development of nonhuman entities, for building measures and borders for humanity, regardless of whether this construct is initially calculable and has practical application. Other aim of my research is to examine different types of synergy, which occur between domains e.g. computer scienge and biotechnology. Obviously in the scientific environment there are certain historical examples, for instance the influence of von Neuman's automata concept on Circk's concept of DNA, yet theories which could describe the influence of particular concepts on each other in a reasonable manner don't exist.




The project has been exhibited in SESI Art Gallery, the Centro Cultural FIESP, Paulista Avenue, São Paulo
(from August 9 to September 3) and U Gallery Wroclaw. As for aesthetics, it implements relational aesthetics, the exhibition reminds airport terminal or office of secret services as GRU.

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General research

critical software art politics of hack hacker culture hactivism and tactical media concept of art epidemic viruses and spreading infections crashing selfdestruction as artwork neurotic irritating repulsory neurosis software free dysfunctional radical agendas AGI AI Algorithmic alternative art artificial cells classes Complexity evolution experimental functions Godel hacking hacktivism Haskell hierarchical hyper-structure intelligence kit Kolmogorov language Learning LISEK machines Memory monadic navigate Networks Neural open Optimal order Ordered polymorphism Probability Problem Recurrent Reinforcement robot rootkit software Solver source collaborative free cooperation restucturing reconfiguration recontextualization modular software art repositories environmental code physical code tangible cod. More pls see


the project is supported by IRSA and Adam Mickiewicz Institute

development: Robert B. Lisek
coding: Robert B. Lisek und Cris



produced by Robert B. Lisek & Fundamental Research Lab