Friday Lates at Science Gallery London

Explore the Science Gallery’s latest exhibition ‘AI: Who’s Looking After Me?’ after dark, and experience an exciting programme of live performance, discussions and interactive displays.

From Friday 6th October 

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Dazzling audiovisual performance from Indian electronica pioneers Murthovic & Thiruda. Set in a near future world where global cultures are nearing extinction, Elsewhere in India pioneers Indofuturism in world building thru next-gen characters and electro-classical dance music.

The one-hour performance will be followed by a Q&A with Science Gallery London Director Siddharth Khajuria, and is accompanied by a display of 3D prints from the project.

Navigating the narratives that accompany the recent growth of AI is no easy task – from doom-mongering media reports to the utopian promises of tech giants. Join Natalie Kane, Curator of Digital Design at V&A and one half of Haunted Machines; Dr Martim Brandão, Lecturer in Robotics and Autuomous Systems at King’s; and designer, researcher and performer Amina Abbas-Nazari as we explore the mythologies surrounding this technology, exposing the sleight of hand that often accompanies convenient tropes.

See the four winning entries to AI Ethics through Design – a collaborative design brief award hosted by London College of Communications, UAL in collaboration isITethical? Exchange exploring the role of art and design in AI ethics.

CAN WE TRUST AI? is an honest and open discussion on what trust, accuracy and bias looks like in algorithm that can neither think nor feel. Hosted by King’s PhD students Tiarna Lee & Jhanelle White.

Free entry – booking required


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