Art historian and curator based in Rome. Her research is focused on the present issues investigated through different expressive media, in particular new technologies. She recently founded and curated the Re:Humanism Art Prize dedicated to the relationship between Art and Artificial Intelligence. As curator she worked with many museums and galleries and wrote several critical texts for art magazines and catalogs. Among the most recent projects: 2020 – Allegra ma non troppo, Sonia Andresano, AlbumArte, Rome; 2019 – Complessità – Enrica Beccalli And Roula Gholmie, Romaeuropa Festival, Roma; Re:Humanism Art Prize, collective exhibition, Albumarte, Roma; 2018 – Ionian Archaeological Archives, Marco Emmanuele, Bivy, Anchorage She's editor at Inside Art.
CEO Alan Advantage
Entrepreneur and manager with 30 years of experience in ICT and Innovation sectors. Expert in business processes, innovation management, technology scouting, business impact analysis, Artificial Intelligence impact on business strategies, Internet of Things and smart living. Professional of business development and executive manager. He is actually a startups Advisor and Business Angel Investor, personally supporting 25 startups.
Professor University of Oxford
Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford, where he is Director of the OII Digital Ethics Lab. He is a world-renowned expert on digital ethics, the ethics of AI, the philosophy of information, and the philosophy of technology. He has published more than 300 works, translated into many languages. He is deeply engaged with policy initiatives on the socio-ethical value and implications of digital technologies and their applications, and collaborates closely on these topics with many governments and companies worldwide.
Art curator Romaeuropa
Independent curator and criticism based in Bologna. Her research focuses on contemporary experimental art movements, with a particular interest in multimedia, liminal practices, emerging artists and interactive and participatory projects. She actively collaborates with several institutions, galleries and festivals (MAMbo - Museo di Arte Moderna Bologna, CUBO – Centro Unipol Bologna, Romaeuropa Festival among others) on the presentation and development of her research topics curating exhibitions, screening, talks and workshop. She is part of LaRete Art Projects curatorial collective and of IKT (International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art). Since 2013 she is a frequent contributor for Artribune magazine and Creativeapplication.net.
Lorem is a multidisciplinary artist inquirying about human-computer interaction in the age of Artificial Intelligence. Working with neural networks and AI systems, he produces sound, visuals and text. He collaborates with a wide range of institutions, including among others: Ars Electronica, London Design Biennale, NXT Museum Amsterdam, Sheffield International Documentary Festival, Museo Triennale di Milano, HEK Basel, Transmediale, Fiber Festival, Design Museum. Lorem is one of the winning project of the Re:Humanism Art Prize #1 Edition.
Product Director Google
Trond Wuellner is a seasoned product leader working at the intersection of software and AI with thoughtfully designed hardware products. A general manager responsible for all aspects corporate development spanning strategy formation, building diverse high-performance teams, engineering, design, relationship development and executing to go to market at scale. Passionate about creating positive impact for the Ocean through sustainable businesses innovation.
Independent art curator
Independent curator and art writer. She is co-founder of the Magic Lantern Film Festival. She has curated a number of exhibitions in museums and institutions, as well as in project spaces, and galleries. From 2016 she is guest curator at the American Academy in Rome. Between 2009 and 2016 she was co-founding Director and curator of Nomas Foundationì. She curated the Opening section at ARCOmadrid in 2018 and 2019. Between 2015 and 2017 she co-founded and curated the project Granpalazzo. She teaches at John Cabot University, Rome; Master of Art, Luiss, Rome; and IED, Rome. On the occasion of the Art Quadriennale in 2020, she curated the first edition of the Premio AccadeMibact, Domani Qui Oggi. Currently she is in the curatorial board of Artissima.
Art curator and scholar
Valentino Catricalà (Ph.D) is a scholar and contemporary art curator specialised in the analysis of the relationship of artists with new technologies and media. He is currently the director of the Art Section of the Maker Faire-The European Edition, the biggest Faire on creativity and innovation in Europe; Art Consultant at Paris Sony CS Lab. He is also adjunct curator at the Kunstraum Goethe (the art space of the Goethe institut Rom). Valentino has been the founder and the artistic director of the Rome Media Art Festival (MAXXI Museum), Art Project coordinator at Fondazione Mondo Digitale. Valentino has curated exhibitions in important museum and private Galleries such as Hermitage (San Petersburg), Minnesota Street Project (San Francisco), New York Media Center, Stelline (Milano), MAXXI Museum (Rome), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome), Ca’ Foscari (Venice), New Dheli Italian Cultural Institute (India), among others. He is the author of several essays (see Academia.edu) and books, “Media Art. Prospettive delle arti verso il XXI secolo. Storie, teorie, preservazione” (Mimesis, 2016) and the book “The Artist as Inventor” (Rowman & Littlefiled, 2021), among others.
Head of Visual MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab
Mauro Martino is the founder of the Visual Artificial Intelligence Lab at IBM Research. His projects have been shown at different art galleries and museums including the Lincoln Center (New York), ZKM | Center for Art and Media (Karlsruhe), Serpentine Gallery (London), Ludwig Museum (Budapest),“kim?” Contemporary Art Centre (Riga). His work is part of the permanent collection of the Ars Electronica Center, Linz. Martino is based in Cambridge, U.S.A.
Managing Director Ars Electronica
Michael Mondria (formerly Michael Badics) is Managing Director of Ars Electronica Solutions, a division within Ars Electronica (http://www.aec.at/solutions/de/). He founded and ran Memetics GmbH in Berlin, a software company in the field of media art and creative technologies. Before that, he was Director Business Development at the Ars Electronica Futurelab (http://new.aec.at/futurelab/de/). He worked as a software engineer and manager at the multinational software company Fabasoft AG (www.fabasoft.com). He started his career after studying computer science at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz.