Research on artificial intelligence has taken major steps forward in recent years, especially
in terms of machine learning. This has led artists to probe the imaginations of neural networks to create strange new audiovisual works, while activists and journalists have used those same algorithms to organise and visualise stories that stem from social and new media. In his talk, Gene Kogan will examine this recent evolution and its progress from the perspective of a media artist and an independent researcher. He will speculate about the infusion of AI into our everyday devices, and their impacts on our interactions with technologies and with each other.
World Brain traite de l’architecture des data centers, de l'intelligence collective des chatons, du trading à haute fréquence, de la survie dans la forêt à l’ère de Wikipédia, du bricolage de rats transhumanistes…
The receipt racer combines different in and output devices into a complete game. It was made during the "Let's feed the future workshop", part of the OFFF Festival in Barcelona on June 8th 2011.
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Raphaël Bastide is an artist and designer based in Paris. His work is mainly related to the digital and computer program culture. His projects include installations, online and offline performances, websites and custom made programs.