9 February 2021
On Thursday 18 February rurAllure project coordinator Martín López Nores will be a guest speaker at the AI Colloquium organised by Utrecht University.
The Colloquium will launch the Special Interest Group (SIG) AI in Cultural Inquiry and Art, and besides Martín also Prof. Dr. Felicity Colman of the University of the Arts London is invited to speak.
The SIG AI in Cultural Inquiry and Art is a collaboration of Humanities, Policy and Organization Studies, and Computer Sciences colleagues of Utrecht University. The SIG zooms in on and contributes to the converging practices that yield emerging and transforming genres and platforms for exchange within the academy and at the intersection of academic and creative practice, ultimately affecting the audiences of academies; media, art, and performance institutions; and makerspaces.
The session consists of two presentations with Q&A afterwards. Dr. Martin Lopes Nores from the University of Vigo discusses his work on AI in cultural heritage. Prof. Dr. Felicity Colman of the University of the Arts London introduces the concept of the “algorithmic condition”.
More information about the Colloquium and participation can be found on the website of Utrecht University.