Artificial Imagination – Opening ‘the Black Box’ of Inscrutable AI Through Dialogue

Artificial Imagination took place on February 18th, in the form of three conversations. The sessions, explored the overlap between cosmology and computation, considered the mind-body problem, and mused about (rudimentary) machine consciousness. Bringing together a range of thinkers and facilitators, the idea was to invite a ‘who's who’ of (primarily) Canadian artists and curators that have been exploring these ideas in their practices (some for decades) and to use artistic methods and expertise to evaluate the current status of AI. This wasn't so much about heralding sea changes, but checking-in to interrogate first principles.

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