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Posted on Thursday June 20, 2024

Updated on Friday June 21, 2024

Archival Images of AI

This webinar, organised by the Archival Images of AI project and supported by EuropeanaTech, will investigate how we could reuse and remix digital heritage collections to craft better images of AI.

An array of colorful, fossil-like data imprints representing the static nature of AI models, laden with outdated contexts and biases.
Models Built From Fossils
Luke Conroy and Anne Fehres & AI4Media
Better Images of AI
10 July 2024
15:00 — 16:00 Online

Many images that depict AI are dreadful. Visual clichés of glowing brains and anthropomorphised robots do not accurately represent AI research and the topics that many of us are invested in - the manifold impacts of AI systems on everyday lives, the hidden processes and human labour behind AI development, the material aspects of hardware powering AI systems. We need alternative visual narratives that would allow us to communicate about AI in more meaningful ways.

This webinar invites cultural and creative practitioners who are knowledgeable both about AI and creative reuse topics (how to reuse collections with care, what biases should be recognised, etc.) to join to explore these questions together. 

You can learn more about the project and the team behind it here. Or register directly here.