- DateSunday 25. February
- TimeKl. 15:00
- PlaceThe Concert Hall
- PriceDKK 20 (entrance fee is not included)
Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most spectacular, fascinating, and creative forces of our time. It changes the world as we know it, is developing at an incredible speed, and contains both possibilities and dangers. At the same time, AI is not an extraterrestrial force. It is made by humans, is deeply rooted in our world, and depends on very concrete material resources. Furthermore, it can be argued that AI mirrors the world we live in – including its power structures.
Meet one of the world’s leading experts on artificial intelligence and its social implications. Professor Kate Crawford is a part of the featured experts in the current exhibition The Irreplaceable Human – Conditions of Creativity in the Age of AI. She is a Research Professor at USC Annenberg in Los Angeles, a Senior Principal Researcher at MSR in New York, and an Honorary Professor at the University of Sydney. She is also the inaugural Visiting Chair for AI and Justice at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. Her best-selling book, Atlas of AI (Yale, 2021), won multiple awards including the Sally Hacker Prize, and was named one of the best books in 2021 by New Scientist and the Financial Times. She has also produced several collaborative artworks and visual investigations. Her Anatomy of an AI System with Vladan Joler has been shown in more than a hundred exhibitions worldwide. Her latest exhibition, Calculating Empires: A Genealogy of Technology and Power 1500-2025, opened in Milan in November 2023.