Past Event

An[0]ther {AI} in Art: Decolonizing Artificial Intelligence {AI} and the Future of Art Making

April 24, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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New Museum, 235 Bowery, New York

Event Description: 

As we increasingly use machines to tell our own stories, to what extent can we reclaim our agency in designing the stories that machines write and archive about us?

Artificial Intelligence promises drastic changes in every corner of our world. The art world is no different. There’s a massive gap between high-level conversations about the potential to merge art and technology, and what’s actually happening on the ground. Major challenges abound on all sides. Artists often feel alienated by emerging technologies. Technologists are advancing the field without sufficient critical and social engagement. Institutional stakeholders are resistant to the realities of imminent AI related paradigm shifts.

Please join us for the opening presentation of An[0]ther {AI} in Art. Through this program, we will set a framework for understanding AI in its current & speculative relationship to art, narrative, and the human imagination.

Event Speakers: 

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Event Information: 

This event is free and open to the public; however registration is required via Eventbrite

An[0]ther {AI} in Art was founded by Amir Baradaran, with the generous support of The Knight Foundation and Columbia University, and in partnership with the New Museum and NEW INC.