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8th Computer Art Congress
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8th Computer Art Congress

From CAC.8, we propose a meeting to approach Generative AI from its multiple aspects, undoubtedly from a myriad of points of view, which will allow its inclusion in Art, Design, and Culture. We would like to create a symbolic capsule of space and time to reflect on the challenges, impacts, and scope of this new tool of knowledge, which is already modifying the processes of various human activities.
L’opera d’arte nell’epoca dell’AI / The Work of Art in the Age of AI
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L’opera d’arte nell’epoca dell’AI / The Work of Art in the Age of AI

[ITA] La mostra indaga diverse modalità di utilizzo dell’IA da parte di una ventina di artisti pionieri del digitale o AI artists di nuova generazione. [ENG] The exhibition explores different ways of using AI by twenty pioneering digital artists or new-generation AI artists.
The 2021 Stanford Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Index Report
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The 2021 Stanford Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Index Report

The 2021 AI Index report is one of the most comprehensive reports about artificial intelligence to date. This latest edition significantly expands the amount of data available in the report, which was drawn from a broader set of academic, private, and non-profit organizations for calibration.
DESAIGN – The Impact of artificial Intelligence (AI) on Contemporary Design
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DESAIGN – The Impact of artificial Intelligence (AI) on Contemporary Design

These developments in AI pose a significant threat to many design professionals who will be replaced by artificial intelligence that will make human labour redundant. However, the integration of AI systems into the design process also provides new opportunities: collaboration with AI systems allows for design on a level of complexity and scale that human cognition cannot encompass. Therefore, based on the recognition of the creative capabilities of the machine, the challenge for designers today ...

From Siri to sexbots: Female AI reinforces a toxic desire for passive, agreeable and easily dominated women

Source: Salon A recent article titled “Why is AI Female?” made the connection that gendered labor, in service professions in particular, is fueling our expectations for gendered AI assistants and service robots. Furthermore, the author argues, this “feminizing — and sexualizing — of machines” signals a future with a disproportionate use of feminized VR and robots for a male-dominated sex industry. Monica Nickelsburg writes: “Sex with robots is a big leap from asking Siri to set an alarm, but...

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