Application Deadline: 5 August 2019, 5pm (GMT).
An opportunity for shared learning and knowledge exchange for Emerging artists and researchers based in the UK and internationally, working in the wider field of Artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Hosted by the Goethe-Institut in Glasgow, the Artificial Intelligence Autumn Session (7-11 October 2019) is directed at emerging artists and researchers in the fields of arts and humanities as well as computer science, robotics and neuroscience, who are at the cutting edge of research into AI and its implications. The aim is to inspire common intersectional perspectives and develop alternative narratives and to enable a deep learning experience and exchange of different perspectives within the field of AI.
Confirmed expert contributors so far include Anna Ridler (Artist) and Lorena Jaume-Palasí (Co-founder Algorithm Watch).
For successful applicants the Artificial Intelligence Autumn Session will cover the costs of return travel to Glasgow, accommodation as well as meals during the day.
To apply, applicants must submit the following:
– Expression of Interest: Why do you want to take part in the AI Autumn Session? (500 words Practice/Research Statement: How does AI feature in your artistic practice and /or critical thinking? You may also include samples of previous work: max 10 images, 4 video links)
– CV with full Contact Details (including telephone, email, mobile number and address)
Please submit the above as part of a single PDF file entitled “Autumn Institute AI” along with your full name (e.g. ‘Autumn Institute AI-Full Name.pdf’) to: AI.Autumn-Session@goethe.de
Further info: goethe.de/….html