Frankfurt Creative AI Conference - 2nd Edition: Faking Culture!
The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Technology in the Arts
“Who is your muse?” is a quintessential question posed to artists. Today, some of the creatives at the helm of art, design, architecture, and storytelling may just answer: An artificial intelligence. It has written symphonies, painted works of art, and created movie trailers. AI and virtual technology are embedding themselves into the creative process and culture, fostering a dialogue with the artist and redefining what it means to be creative. But what is also being redefined and redrawn are the lines between fantasy and reality, between what is real and what is “fake”. The second Frankfurt AI Conference looks at what AI and technology mean for the future of culture and the creative sector and what the ethical implications are as we challenge existing perceptions of reality.
Dr. Louis Moreno
Lecturer in Visual Cultures and Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London
Dr. Nathalie Weidenfeld
Author "Digitaler Humanismus"
Kenza Ait Si Abbou
Senior Manager for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Deutsche Telekom
British Fashion Photographer and Visual Artist, London
Prof. Dr. Roberto Zicari
Professor of Database and Information Systems, Goethe University and Founder, Big Data Lab, Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. Katharina Zweig
Autorin (Ein Algorithmus hat kein Taktgefühl), TU Kaiserslautern
Co-Founder and Head of THE ARTS+; Author of "Die kreative Macht der Maschinen"; Vice President, Frankfurter Buchmesse
Designer, Digital Fashion Pioneer and Co-Founder at IVA, Berlin