Accelerationism – Wikipedia

Accelerationist theory has often been divided into mutually contradictory left-wing and right-wing variants. Left-wing accelerationism (abbreviated “L/Acc”[6]) attempts to press “the process of technological evolution” beyond the constrictive horizon[jargon] of capitalism by dismantling and reusing modern technology for socially beneficial and emancipatory ends. On the other hand, right-wing accelerationism (abbreviated “R/Acc”[6]) supports the indefinite intensification of capitalism, in order to passively bring about a technological singularity, which is a hypothetical point in time where technological growth becomes uncontrollable and irreversible.[7][8][9]
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