Program

27 November 2020 | Panel: Music & AI

For the second talk in the series, we will focus on the composition and performance of music, and how they are affected, complemented, assisted or threatened by the rise of AI. Following the panel discussion we will hear a live set from electronic producer Anomie. 

Panelists are Dr. Goetz Richter, a musician and philosopher working at the University of Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music, and Dr. Oliver Bown, an academic, creative artist and programmer and Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the Interactive Media Lab at UNSW. The talk will be moderated by Jochen Gutsch, Cultural Program Coordinator at the Goethe-Institut in Sydney, and an active musician. After the talk we will hear a live set from Anomie (real name Sofie Loizou), a producer who brings together nuanced electronics with forward-thinking dancefloor sensibilities. She recently contributed to the Goethe-Institut project Sound of X.

This event will be live streamed in YouTube. If you live in Sydney, please join us in the small live audience at the Goethe-Institut (Covid-safe, limited seats, registration only). 

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Call for Expressions of Interest: AI Incubator

Old Ways, New - Angie Abdila, with Tyson Yunkaporta and Megan Kelleher - are coming together to lead an intimate group of creatives to collaborate with international Indigenous technologists and leading industry experts to rethink AI systems. 

You are invited to express your interest in participating in the Indigenous Protocols (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Incubator, which will be held 01-06 March 2021 in Sydney, with the support of the Goethe-Institut and its #CreativeAI program. Downloads and Links:

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23 October 2020 | Panel | Humans & AI

What are the ethical, philosophical, technological and practical implications of AI for human life? In the first event of this series we examined the relevance and influence of AI for skills previously reserved for humans such as creative work, reading and speaking. 

Panelists were Prof Toby Walsh, a leading researcher who holds the position of Scientia Professor of AI at UNSW, and Dr Belinda Dunstan, an artist, researcher and lecturer at the UNSW Faculty of Built Environment. The talk was moderated by Sonja Griegoschewski, director of the Goethe-Institut in Australia, who initiated the project Kulturtechniken 4.0: Creating in the Age of AI which started with the symposium The Relevance of Culture in the Age of AI

This event happened with a live audience at the Goethe-Institut in Sydney and was simultaneously streamed online:



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