April 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Remote Sensing is a platform designed to share challenges encountered in fieldwork on sites, collections, and communities.
Artificial intelligence’ (AI), sometimes known as ‘machine learning’, is arriving with enormous speed. What does it mean? What are the implications for illustration as a discipline and as a career? What does it mean in terms of creativity? How does it affect the relationship between the ‘creator’ and the ‘work’? What does it mean in terms of employment? What are the wider social, ethical and political implications of artificial intelligence? This Mini-Symposium sets out to explore and shed light upon some of these important questions.
Speakers: Dr Eleanor Dare, Dr Sheena Calvert, Marius Simkus.
Chair: Adrian Holme.
A Remote Sensing event facilitated by Dr Rachel Emily Taylor.
Please register for online attendance.
The event will be live streamed from the Lecture Theatre at Camberwell College of Arts, and there will be an opportunity to engage with a discussion.