But rather the one that separated the public and the private. But if something Last Database characterizes the liberal tradition, it is the resistance to the fusion of these two spheres, whose independent existence is one of the most typical and essential features of Last Database Modernity.
Perhaps we have then reached "postmodern" conditions in a sense; the same one that allowed Marshall McLuhan to understand the world that the electronic Last Database revolution would bring through the image of a “global village” and no longer that of a modern city-state, inserting a pre-modern element right into the possible decline of Modernity.
The mass public conversation would also Last Database represent the return of the old repressed, the return of that "theater where freedom is shown" in which we all want to participate and that floods everything. With this transformation of freedom of expression from a negative freedom to a positive one, perhaps we are experiencing the consummation or the end (we don't know yet) of the Last Database already old freedom of the Decades ago, Alan Turing already wondered if artificial intelligence was really intelligence1. From those experiments that Last Database were more philosophical than mathematical, the question remained, above all, about whether automated tasks are more efficient than those we do “manually”.
In recent years, with the development of telecommunications first, and Last Database cybernetics later, it has become possible to collect, process and systematize an enormous amount of data ( big data ) through algorithmic systems. This is how what we know today as artificial intelligence was born: algorithms that, through enormous amounts of information, can Last Database emulate human behavior and optimize tasks.
Feelings of fear are often expressed about what will happen when these Last Database systems "replace. The truth is that we have always found technological ways to carry out tasks more efficiently: transportation makes us get there faster, the textile industry produces more.