The seventh Working Paper in the series on the research project has been published by Dominik Bönisch (Ludwig Forum) and Francis Hunger (HMKV) on the topic »‘From Keras Import Curating' – An Empirical Study on the Application of Curatorial Practice to Machine Learning Models« and is available for free download.
Maya Ganesh discusses in the interview how artistic works have influenced the critique of artificial intelligence in recent years.
The interview explores Ridler's relationship to AI art and her own artistic engagement with generative visual processes.
The sixth working paper in the series on the research project has been published by Francis Hunger (HMKV) on the topic »Unhype Artificial 'Intelligence'! A proposal to replace the deceiving terminology of AI« and is available for free download.
The interview asks how Artificial Intelligence can be explored creatively, artistically and critically - also to create an adequate teaching and mediation of AI.
This interview puts current technological developments in artificial intelligence in perspective with the history of computing.
Laboratory with the results of the research project can be seen in the Ludwig Forum Aachen on the 1st floor until further notice.
The interview explores historical and functional aspects of the ImageNet image dataset using the collection of the Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, as an example.