(Andrew) AM Dryhurst


My research is focused on how developments in AI technology and the emergent Web3 movement are shaping the political economy of the Internet. Using Knio's ICMA-FR approach, my work aims to situate these developments within historical morphogenetic cycles that shaped the architecture of the contemporary Internet, as well as its relationship to capital accumulation regimes. The objective is to shed light on whether these technological developments may lead to a transformation in the systemic properties of digital accumulation regimes, or result in their reproduction in another form. 

- Artificial Intelligence
- Cryptocurrencies
- Internet infrastructure 
- Intellectual Property
- Neoliberalization
- Critical Realism
- French Regulation School

International Institute of Social Studies

External PhD candidate | ISS PhD
Kortenaerkade 12, 's - Gravenhage

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