Re:Humanism – Poetics and politics of Artificial Intelligence – Maker Faire Rome 2020
12. December 2020 [h. 12.00 – 13.00]
Daniela Cotimbo / Domenico Quaranta / Elena Giulia Rossi / Marco Mancuso / Valentina Tanni / Valentino Catricalà
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.
How is a technology such as artificial intelligence impacting our lives and how do contemporary artists react to such changes? We talk about it in a round table with the main Italian experts on the relationship between art and technological media aimed at exploring aesthetic phenomena and socio-cultural implications of AI technologies. The event, curated by the Re: humanism Cultural Association, aims to offer thematic food for thought for artists and researchers who want to participate in the second edition of the Re: humanism Art Prize but also for all those who are interested in exploring this relationship from a different point of view.