Wednesday 4 December
What can we do with AI? What should we do?
Data Privacy and Ethics, Discussion
How do we define consent in the digital age? How do we address data gathering in public spaces? How do we address digital 'footprints' and tracking in connection with research resources, rights to data removal and the 'right to be forgotten'?
Ashley Jester, Assitant Director of the Science and Engineering Libraries at Stanford, will host Angèle Christin, professor in the Department of Communication and affiliated faculty in the Sociology Department and Program in Science, Technology, and Society at Stanford University, and Rachel Thomas, fast.ai co-founder and professor at the USF Data Institute.
AI and Cultural Heritage, Lightning Talks II
Living with Machines Katie McDonough (Turing Institute)
Chronic & Siamese Thomas Smits (National Library of the Netherlands)
Extracting Data from Historical Maps Thomas Van Dijk (University of Würzburg)
AI and Visual Art, Discussion
How can AI be used to further research in art history or an artist’s visual art practice? How could AI impact these disciplines? Can we speak of a computer's subjectivity when it "reads" images? And if so, what can we learn from it?
Vanessa Kam, head of Bowes Art & Architecture Library, will host Kyle McDonald, 'an artist working with code' who will speak about his concept of 'weird intelligence', Kenric McDowell who co-leads the artist+machine intelligence program at Google, and Emanuele Lugli assistant professor of Art History at Stanford University.