In light of advances in text-to-image AI, large-language models, and natural language processing, and other deep learning systems, we present a series of events addressing the impact of these technologies on art, design, and the notion of creativity itself.
Given the scope of the impact of artificial intelligence, we are convinced that any response must incorporate a wide variety of perspectives, and hence we aim at convening a genuinely interdisciplinary discussion, welcoming designers, artists, philosophers, technicians, entrepreneurs and businesspeople, legal thinkers, and beyond.
This exhibition features artwork facilitated by or in reaction to artificial intelligence. Offering a unique opportunity to explore and engage with responses to AI, the exhibition features digital art, paintings, sculptures, and interactive works. The artists explore how to invent a future with, through, or even against, artificial intelligence. The gallery is open Tuesday–Friday from 12–4pm. Free and open to the public.
This project is supported in part by The University of Notre Dame, Indiana University's: Luddy AI Institute, the Arts and Humanities Council, and the Institute of Digital Arts and Humanities. Special thanks to Professor Ed Comentale Associate Vice Provost, Arts and Humanities. Director, IUB Arts and Humanities Council.