Re:Humanism – AI in contemporary art: Labour and gender bias – Maker Faire Rome 2020
13. December 2020 [h. 11.00 – 12.00]
Arianna Forte / Diletta Huyskes / Elisa Giardina Papa
On the occasion of Maker Art 2020, a section of Maker Faire Rome entirely dedicated to the relationship between art, science and technology, Re:Humanism proposes a series of talks dedicated to the exploration of the themes of the call for artists but useful to all those who want to explore more the universe and the impacts of Artificial Intelligence technologies.
The talk investigates how the spread of Artificial Intelligence technological systems influence people’s lives, their habits and even more their work on an existential level. The focus will be placed on how the gender bias are perpetrated in the man-machine relationship and as well as in automated work of AI the female point of view of both stereotyped. The topic will be addressed by comparing the views of an international artist who focuses his recent work on human activities in Artificial Intelligence service and a graduate student in ethics philosopher of technology, with particular attention to the relationship between artificial intelligence, big data and gender bias.