THE INVISIBLE REMAINS OF CARROWKEEL
An exploration of ancient genetics and the history of neolithic tombs as featured in NATURE in June 2020 by Trinity College Dublin geneticist Lara Cassidy (IE)
INVISIBLE Studio visits with Andy Holden and Thijs Biersteker
Andy Holden (UK) and Thijs Biersteker (NL)
Join us for a behind-the-scenes studio visit with INVISIBLE artists Andy Holden (UK) (INVISIBLE / DARK MATTER) and Thijs Biersteker (NL) (INVISIBLE - Gravitational lensing)
HOLD ON TO THE GOOD THINGS, IMAGINE THE BEST THINGS
An opportunity to reflect on COVID-19 and its effects on society, and speculate on what comes next. What roles do science, technology and art play here?
An Online Tour of Dublin’s Tech Infrastructure
Dublin is host to the European headquarters of many of the most powerful and influential tech companies of the modern era, and has become an important strategic location within the context of debates surrounding data sovereignty, privacy and security. By connecting our own personal interactions on digital platforms to the corporate offices in the city centre and to the data centres that surround the city, this tour critically engages with these debates, whilst also reflecting on our relationship with our personal data as it passes through the many visible and invisible networks that surround us.
Citizens' Think-in on Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is playing a growing role in our lives. Machine learning tools help determine the ads you see online, the news you read and the products you purchase. Every time we send a text, use a credit card or sync a wearable device we are sharing personal information about ourselves. But what are the social consequences of AI? How is our information being used? Who is setting the policies and regulation? And how can AI affect our privacy and civil liberties?