How can artificial intelligence be used to serve culture and artistic creation
Artificial intelligence arouses many fears. But rather than training this technology to replace human beings, it is also possible to explore how it can be placed at their service. Five years of research, conducted by the EPFL+ECAL Lab in Lausanne, have led to a scientific publication that will be presented during the DHRA Conference (Design Research in Humanities and Art) on September 11, in Turin. This research is also accessible to the public, as it is the subject of the current exhibition Open Books and of a round-table discussion that will take place on August 31, at Photo Elysée.
In the framework of the exhibition Open Books, Photographer Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Nicolas Henchoz, Director of the EPFL+ECAL Lab, and Manuel Sigrist, Head of Digital and Innovation at Photo Elysée, will discuss the various challenges of artificial intelligence in the fields of photographic heritage and artistic creation.