Artistic Process Futures and AI

Commercial Practices

Project details

  • Michelle Kasprzak
  • Partners

    Tilburg University departments including:

    Project Leader
    Funding Program

    TSHD Digitalisation of Society seed money grant 2022

    ActionWorkshops, academic papers
    Duration1/09/22 – 31/05/23
    Affiliated activities

    Artistic Process Futures and AI is a project led by researchers at Tilburg University:

    AI is rapidly becoming enmeshed in our professional and private lives. The ubiquity of such technologies raises a host of ethical questions, value clashes, and unforeseen consequences that must be confronted sooner than later. One domain in which AI is exerting a growing influence is the arts sector. Developments such as Ai-Da, unveiled at the 2022 Venice Biennale, and DALL-E 2 by OpenAI are exciting in that they present robust new capabilities in AI and creativity. However, the futures such technologies unlock are also unpredictable. Given the speed with which such technologies are emerging and becoming adopted, the need to engage target audiences to weigh in on possible AI futures in this domain is critical. The pilot project Artistic Process Futures and AI aims to explore the role and potential implications of AI technologies for supporting the artistic process by developing and engaging in speculative design activities with artists.


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    ETHO (European Technical Higher Art Education Organisation) is a network of higher art education technical staff

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