[Air-L] King’s Festival of Artificial Intelligence, London

Joanna Zylinska jo.zylinska at gmail.com
Thu May 11 05:14:16 PDT 2023

Dear All,

Please find below some information about King’s Festival of Artificial
Intelligence. There’s also an exhibition accompanying the festival, which
is now on at the Arcade in Bush House.

Free and open to all.




King's Festival of Artificial Intelligence
Dates: 24 May  – 28 May 2023
Location: King's College London

The King's Festival of Artificial Intelligence brings together speakers,
exhibits, performances, demos and screenings in an exciting programme of
events between 24 and 28 May 2023. The general public are invited to join
academics, students, alumni and King’s cultural and industry partners to
find out more about developments in artificial intelligence technologies,
and the challenges and opportunities that arise from them. View the
programme here:


 Public Talks

Public Talks & Panel Discussion: The King's Festival of Artificial
Intelligence Opening Panel, Professor Michael Luck, 24 May 2023

Public Talk: Fairy Tales of AI and Cybersecurity - Professor Luca Vigano,
24 May 2023

Public Talk: The Law and Ethics of Generative AI - Professor Dan Hunter, 25
May 2023

Public Talk: The Digital Future of Surgery – Cost, Connectivity and
Artificial Intelligence - Professor Prokar Dasgupta, 25 May 2023

Public Talk: AI Art: On Human and Machine Creativity - Professor Joanna
Zylinska, 26 May 023

Public Talk: How deep (learning) is your love? - Dr Kate Devlin, 27 May 2023

Discussions and Debates

Academic Workshop: AI and the Visual: Art, Science and Human Bias, 24 May

Screening & Q&A: The First, 26 May 2023

Screening & Q&A: GROUPTHINK: Art, AI & the Internet of Neurons, 27 May 2023

Discussion: AI & Art Salon, 26 May 2023

King's Exhibition: Bringing the Human to the Artificial
Date and Time: 10.00 – 18.00, 2 May  – 30 June 2023
Location: The Arcade, Bush House, Strand Campus

Bringing the Human to the Artificial, a new exhibition presented by the
King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence, showcases cutting-edge
research from across the university exploring the effects of artificial
intelligence (AI) on different aspects of our lives. Presented in
collaboration with King's Culture, Bringing the Human to the Artificial
features multiple perspectives on AI at King's, across social sciences,
law, arts, humanities, security, science, engineering and health. Visitors
are encouraged to explore the exhibits, and to consider a society enriched
by these technologies and the challenges they present. A launch event took
place in the Arcade on 3 May.
Joanna Zylinska
Professor of Media Philosophy + Critical Digital Practice
King's College London
Department of Digital Humanities

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