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MACHINE EXPERIENCE II

Art Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence

The possibilities of artificial intelligence have long seemed futuristic and far-fetched. Today, however, AI technology is making its impact felt in such real-world realms as autonomous vehicles, online searches and feeds, and the criminal justice system.

metaLAB at Harvard presents MACHINE EXPERIENCE II, a showcase of works by metaLAB artists exploring the emotional effects of algorithms, the uncanny experiences of sensor-enabled computers, and what intelligent machines might reveal about understandings of the nature of intelligence itself. This work is presented in conjunction with the Ethics and Governance of AI Initiative at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and the MIT Media Lab.

The exhibition includes works by: Kim Albrecht, Matthew Battles, Joanne K. Cheung, Hannah Davis, Sands Fish, Adam Horowitz & Oscar Rosello, Maia Leandra, Sarah Newman, Rachel Kalmar & Jessica Yurkofsky, Mindy Seu, Jie Qi & Artem Dementyev.

Rainbow Unicorn is a Berlin based design agency working in fields of art direction and coding founded by Anna Niedhart, Christian Reich and Alex Tolar.

Since 2016 Rainbow Unicorn expanded to a gallery dedicated to contemporary art.

Contact: snewman@metalab.harvard.edu
 
Past Event
Friday, Jan 19, 2018 - Sunday, Feb 4, 2018
Time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
Anklamer Str. 50,
Berlin, 10115 DE

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