AI Lab Artists-in-Residence Anna Ridler und Caroline Sinders werden zusammen mit WissenschafterInnen des Futures Institute der Universität Edinburgh diskutieren, wie die Sprache, die Bilder und die praktischen Aspekte der Gartenarbeit genutzt werden können, um den Einsatz von künstlicher Intelligenz und maschinellem Lernen in der kreativen Praxis besser zu verstehen. Dabei werden Themen wie Arbeit und Kreativität behandelt und was es bedeutet, etwas zu besitzen, das angebaut wird.
|Wed, 09.09.2020, 18:30 – 18:55||Ars Electronica Selection Channel|
|Thu, 10.09.2020, 10:15 – 10:40||Ars Electronica Selection Channel|
|Thu, 10.09.2020, 11:30 – 11:55||Ars Electronica Gardens Channel|
Anna Ridler (b. 1985, UK) is an artist and researcher. She has exhibited at institutions such as the V&A Museum, Ars Electronica, HeK Basel, Impakt and the Barbican Centre, and has degrees from the Royal College of Art, Oxford University and University of Arts London. She was a 2018 EMAP fellow and listed by Artnet as one of nine “pioneering artists” exploring AI’s creative potential. She is interested in working with collections of information, particularly self-generated data sets, to create new and unusual narratives in a variety of mediums, and explore what happens when things cannot fit into discrete categories. She is currently interested in the intersection of machine learning and nature, and what we can learn from history.
Caroline Sinders (b. 1987, US) is a machine learning researcher and artist obsessed with language, culture and images. Her work explores the intersections between natural language processing, artificial intelligence, abuse, online harassment, and politics in digital, conversational spaces. Her work has been featured in the V&A Museum, MoMA Ps1, the Modern Art Museum of Bologna, Ars Electronica, and others. She is the founder of Convocation Design + Research, an agency focusing on the use of machine learning and design for public good.