Meaning is not fixed but rather a cyclical process influenced by social and cultural contexts through a semantic consensus. In this work AI is a subversive element, challenging social conventions and introducing alternative perspectives. It raises questions about the ownership of truth when AI is involved and prompts a re-evaluation of traditional notions of authorship and ownership. Therefore, AI transcends what is considered “properly human” in creation, subverting social conventions.
Víctor Fernández Calderón (ES), Triana Sánchez Hevia (ES), Raquel Serrano Tafalla (ES), Rafael Garrido Vílchez (ES), Emiliano González Herrer (ES), Javier Alejandro González Borbolla (ES), Rosa María Molina Arregui (ES)
Raquel Serrano Tafalla (fine arts, PhD candidate in art and heritage),
Triana Sanchez Hevia (fine arts, PhD candidate in art and heritage),
Rafael Garrido Vilchez (fine arts), Rosa Molina Arregui (software engineer),
Emiliano González Herrer (physics PhD candidate),
Javier González Borbolla (master of fine arts),
and Victor Fernández Calderón (robotics engineer)