One of Land's celebrated concepts is "hyperstition," a portmanteau of "superstition" and "hyper" that describes the action of successful ideas in the arena of culture. Hyperstitions are ideas that, once "downloaded" into the cultural mainframe, engender apocalyptic positive feedback cycles. Hyperstitions – by their very existence as ideas – function causally to bring about their own reality. Nick Land describes hyperstition as "the experimental (techno-)science of self-fulfilling prophecies".
An ideology out of the Nick Land / CCRU universe, which (insofar as I understand it, which isn't much) acknowledges the equation of AI and capitalism, but scoffs at the attempts to somehow hold back the impending changes.
He seems to be something of a conservative and a nostalgist for lost forms of meaningfulness (without being right-wing at all AFAICT). A sharp critique of the present but I'm not sure what he has to offer in its place. He reminds me of Christopher Alexander but Alexander had a program. His opposite would be Nick Land who sees the digital revolution as equally destructive, but also an inevitablity that should be embraced in all of its horror.