Exploring AI Ethics Trust and Justice
From cognitive function to machine learning, bias is a shortcut for our brain or for data. The BIAS garden at Ars Electronica will interrogate how bias moves from human to machine and how persuasion, preference, motivation and misinformation contribute to our individual societal and digital biases. In a year when we have seen the importance of scientific research, the impact of misinformation, and the effect of social media in polarizing communities, understanding our biases and how they are and are not helpful has never been more critical. We will bring together artists, activists, designers, policymakers, hackers, researchers and technologists to explore the ways in which bias dominates our world today, from algorithmic justice and facial recognition to the empathy crisis and systemic oppression.
Science Gallery Dublin (IE) featuring work by Mushon Zer-Aviv (IL), Libby Heaney (GB), Johann Diedrick (US), and Noah Levenson (US)
Explore AI, ethics, trust and justice by spending some time navigating and interacting with a brand-new exhibition platform designed exclusively by Science Gallery Dublin for online use.
In this pivotal new work developed in collaboration with Science Gallery Dublin, ORLAN will join us virtually from Paris in a brand new performance through a connection between the artist and the artist’s replica: ORLANOÏDE, who will perform live from the stage in the Paccar Theatre at Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin.
Nicholas Medvescek (US), Lizzie Crouch (UK), Moderated by Ryan Jefferies (AU), Director, Science Gallery Melbourne
(EN)COMPASS is a new series hosted by the Science Gallery Network, interrogating the impact of art and science coming together. As interdisciplinary collaboration emerges as a vital linchpin in an increasingly interconnected world, the role of a Creative Producer is coming to the fore.
Dave Lewis (IE), Haleh Asgarinia (NL), Andres Chomczyk (BE), Beatriz Esteves (ES), Emma Clarke (IE), Anne Kearns (IE)
Join our workshop to discuss” Who Should we Trust with our Data?” Science Gallery Dublin invites you to join ADAPT & PROTECT researchers in a Citizens’ Think-In on Thursday 9 Sept 202, 12-13:30 BST. We Want to Hear Your Opinion!
Science Gallery at Michigan State University (US) featuring work by Lena Chen (US/CN), Maggie Oates (US), Goofy Toof (US)
Created by sex workers and allies, OnlyBans is an interactive game that critically examines the policing of marginalized bodies and sexual labor to empathetically teach people about digital surveillance and discrimination faced by sex workers.
Brendan Owens (IE) and Róisín McGannon (IE)
In this participative workshop Science Gallery facilitators will playfully introduce the topics of BIAS and AI. You’ll then embark on a journey of co-creation to gather specific problems with respect to these issues and rapidly ideate solutions with specific users in mind.
Science Gallery Dublin, Science Gallery International, Science Gallery at Michigan State University, ADAPT Centre.
European ARTificial Intelligence Lab, ADAPT, Open Science Hub, STEAM Inc.
This Garden is part of the European ARTificial Intelligence Lab (AI Lab) and co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union. This program is presented in the framework of STEAM INC and is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The OSHub project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under grant agreement No. 824581.