Fri, 24.05.2019, 16:00
Registration: Please make a reservation free of charge via the link Buy ticketsLinks: https://arttechfoundation.org/
PechaKucha describes a presentation technique originating in Japan. During short lectures with twenty images and twenty seconds of speaking time per image, experts present their projects. Within the framework of this entertaining format, a variety of participants from the fields of the arts, research and science will talk about their work and research results in the field of artificial intelligence.
The exhibition Entangled Realities is dedicated to the current topic of artificial intelligence (AI) and its effects on society. A specific focus lies on human interaction with intelligent algorithmic systems and the resulting new intertwined realities. The world we live in is increasingly influenced and shaped by AI, we share our lives with "intelligent" objects and systems and in various areas we are already handing over certain decisions to machines. It is crucial to consciously shape this new coexistence between man and machine.
The PechaKucha AI Night is a great opportunity to meet like-minded people, exchange ideas and get inspired. The various speakers and the visitors offer a comprehensive insight into the topic of AI. The event presents current research conducted by universities and within the creative industries. Following the short presentations, visitors are invited to drinks and snacks.
Together with HeK, the ArtTech Foundation invites to the PechaKucha AI Night. The ArtTech Foundation is committed to breaking down barriers between museums, start-ups, artists and academics. Start-up companies from the creative industries and a group of master students from Swiss universities are invited to present their research projects and demonstrate the use of intelligent technologies in a creative context: in the visual arts, in design or in music.
Block 1 – Students and Art Schools
Block 2 – Industry and Research
Prior to the PechaKucha AI Night iart offers a workshop. It’s aimed at participants who are interested in designing with the help of artificial intelligence and who would like to experiment themselves. More information can be found here.
Workshop Design Experiments with AI in cooperation with: