Unregulated AI technology in refugee camps and at borders is changing the course of people's lives. This pop-up exhibit hosted by BKC and supported by the National Geographic Society asks the audience to consider and evaluate the human cost of an increasingly automated world.
What does it mean to a person’s human journey, and their humanity, when the person who was once tasked with making a determination about their ability to join and live in a society is replaced by AI? What conclusions does this global shift point to? The exhibit will explore these tensions at the intersection of visual storytelling, migration journeys, and technology.
The world premiere of this exhibit is hosted by Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center. Photographer Kenya-Jade Pinto and BKC Fellow Petra Molnar will reflect on years of interdisciplinary work at the world’s borders, bridging visual storytelling with research and advocacy on the sharpest edges of technological development.
Opening remarks will start at 5:30PM ET followed by an casual reception with light refreshment.
Kenya-Jade Pinto, Filmmaker + Photographer, National Geographic Explorer Petra Molnar, 2022-2023 BKC Fellow