On November 4th, the Coded Gaze Exhibition debuts at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the InCoding Manifesto was screened.
Directed by Shalini Kantayya, Coded Bias illuminates the harms that AI poses over people's lives, especially minorities. Official Sundance Selection 2020.
In the 19th century, criminologists used the new medium of photography to classify and predict the "criminal type."
In the wake of #BlackLivesMatter and #TimesUp, this exhibition highlights that democracy, time and memory are as fragile as our breath.
Big Bang Data explores the intersections of culture,technology, and society in the digital age.
How intelligent can artificial intelligence be? And more importantly: what effects will the advances in this field have on our society?
AVATARS//futures documents how artists represent their bodies, their ideas, their nations, and their dead in today’s digital world.
“AI: More Than Human” looks at AI’s real-life application in fields such as healthcare, journalism and retail.
The National Science and Media Museum’s exhibition explores trends around internet connected devices, which have outnumbered humans.
The 13th edition of GETXOPHOTO International Image Festival addresses the challenges faced by individuals in a present world powered by AI.
Join the Algorithmic Justice League in the movement towards equitable and accountable AI.