SIMULATE, the interactive pedestrian flow simulation of AIT, is based on general assumptions, such as individuals preferring the shortest path when feasible, navigating around obstacles, and moving at different walking speeds.
The City Intelligence Lab is a pioneering laboratory for urban planning processes. The lab utilizes digital technologies to involve user perspectives, making it an international showcase for cutting-edge urban planning.
The blending of the ancient craft of origami with cutting-edge robotics, represents a harmonious union of tradition and innovation in an age marked by quick technological advancements. Through mechanical transformation, the static forms in this exhibition come to life, capturing the fleeting nature of time.
OF(F) THE GAZE delves into the complex and at times contradictory interplay between humans, machines, and their visual engagement. The robotic dog, Spot, is absent in form yet remarkably present, materializing through visual projections that perfectly mirror its computational gaze.
This interdisciplinary group had the chance to work with Miller Puckette, the inventor of pure data and Max MSP, two softwares that were defining for computer music in the last decades.
As part of the project Organ of Radical Care: Una Matriz Colaborativa, artists Charlotte Jarvis and Dr. Patrica Saragueta held an outdoor demonstration in which they transported the protagonist of their work: a collective uterus. This artistic project is a site of reflection on the future of reproduction.
AI Arcade taps into the nostalgic allure of 80s arcade culture to prompt contemplation on the evolution of technology and the existing biases that permeate AI systems. Visitors are transported into an arcade setting where they engage with vintage-style games that teach the principles of pattern recognition and reinforcement learning.
The project explores the notion of transparency as a human capacity or impossibility andhow technology enables the interplay between transparency, vulnerability, and identity. The notion of transparency manifests itself as a communication vessel between humans andtechnology, as an interface and as a question we pose to the public.
In the context of this year’s IDSA Founding Lab Summer School, students worked in groups on topics such as Biotechnology and Art, Computer Music, Creative Robotics, Brain-Computer Interfaces, Future Materials and AI/Data Bias. During the Ars Electronica Festival, the public is invited to visit the students’ exhibition.
The sound installation “Time Tunnel“ sends you on an unpleasant journey through a time we collectively decided to call „covid time“ or “pandemic time“. A time in which news and catchy headlines flooded our timelines and over stimulated our cognitive awareness.