Quick access:

Go directly to content (Alt 1) Go directly to first-level navigation (Alt 2)

Glasgow: Artificial Intelligence Autumn Session #AIAS

Residence programs Author: San Jose, 27 November 2006, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1483026, Änderungen vorgenommen

Who: An opportunity for shared learning and knowledge exchange for Emerging artists and researchers based in the UK and internationally, working in the wider field of  artificial intelligence and machine learning. 

Section: Computer science, Humanities  

Duration: four-day session from 7–11 of October 2019 

Closing date for applications: August 5th, 2019 – 5pm (GMT) 

Open-Call Download: 

What is the Artificial Intelligence Autumn Session about?

Artificial Intelligence is one of the great technological innovations of our times. It comes with extraordinary opportunities, the impact and changes however, good or bad, induced by the new technology are not yet completely gauged. Currently, the main drivers behind development and use of AI are entities with an economic focus. From facial recognition to deep fakes influencing politics and care-giving robots; a distinctive cultural perspective with an agency regarding a humane and sustainable future society is still mostly missing. 

Possible starting points for discussions and critical thinking of the Artificial Intelligence Autumn Session could be:
  • Bias in AI - how history haunts the present and the future
  • Privileging of marginalised perspectives and zones
  • Material entanglement of animals, machines and the planet
  • Countering dominant filters
  • Direct witnessing and speculative practices in opposition to disinformation
  • Affective interfaces; Sourcing and categorising of datasets
  • Facts vs. probability and prediction
  • Role of language and metaphor in defining the development and use of AI
  • Ownership and rights; human, natural, robotic and other
  • Distribution of benefits derived from pervasive technologies
Hosted by the Goethe-Institut in Glasgow, the Artificial Intelligence Autumn Session is directed at emerging artists and researchers in the fields of arts and humanities as well as computer science, robotics and neuroscience, who are at the cutting edge of research into AI and its implications. The aim is to inspire common intersectional perspectives and develop alternative narratives and to enable a deep learning experience and exchange of different perspectives within the field of AI. The Session seeks to enable, connect and support emerging artists and researchers.

Confirmed expert contributors include Anna Ridler (Artist) and Lorena Jaume-Palasi (Co-founder Algorithm Watch).

Newsletter "Residency Programmes"

Subscribe here

More information

Back to Residencies Overview