MACHINE - Interdisciplinary Forum 2020

15 - 17 September 2020 | 5 min read | venue: online | cost: FREE but MUST REGISTER | website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ian.potter.museum.of.a...

published: 08 Sep 2020

MACHINE is the theme and so much a part of our lives that many may wonder how we'd live without it. Developments in AI (artificial intelligence) has jumped in leaps and bounds with data and algorithms invading our daily lives. It engages us as individuals, communities and societies, whether as creators or consumers. From simulating our intelligence to collecting our personal data, it has become a pressing concern of our time. The Ian Potter Museum of Art invites you to jump in and engage and asks if you've ever considered how technology might promote discrimination or impair our ability to make shrewd decisions? Or wondered how an AI doctor might diagnose illness just through listening?


Food for thought and a subject about something that's going to be a large part of our future. These are just two of a host of questions that'll be considered at the MACHINE forum that'll take place over three days via Zoom from Tue 15 to Thu 17 Sep 2020. The event is FREE but you need to REGISTER. You'll find all details of timeframes, speaker details and all other information you need via the event and registration links given below


Tue 15 Sep 2-3.15pm - Session One - The Machinery of Creativity: Indigenous Data and Computation - Co-presented with the Indigenous Data Network, Indigenous Studies Unit, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health


Wed 16 Sep 2-3.50pm - Session Two - Algorithmic assistants and the value of getting it wrong - Co-presented with the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics


Thu 17 Sep 2-3.20pm - Session Three - Listening to the diagnostic ear - Co-presented with the Melbourne Centre for Data Science:

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15 - 17 September 2020 | 5 min read | venue: online | cost: FREE but MUST REGISTER | website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ian.potter.museum.of.a...

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MACHINE - Interdisciplinary Forum 2020 | 15 Sep 2020 - 17 Sep 2020 | 5 min read | venue: online | cost: FREE but MUST REGISTER | website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ian.potter.museum.of.a... MACHINE is the theme and so much a part of our lives that many may wonder how we'd live without it. Developments in AI (artificial intelligence) has jumped in leaps and bounds with data and algorithms invading our daily lives. It engages us as individuals, communities and societies, whether as creators or consumers. From simulating our intelligence to collecting our personal data, it has become a pressing concern of our time. The Ian Potter Museum of Art invites you to jump in and engage and asks if you've ever considered how technology might promote discrimination or impair our ability to make shrewd decisions? Or wondered how an AI doctor might diagnose illness just through listening?Food for thought and a subject about something that's going to be a large part of our future. These are just two of a host of questions that'll be considered at the MACHINE forum that'll take place over three days via Zoom from Tue 15 to Thu 17 Sep 2020. The event is FREE but you need to REGISTER. You'll find all details of timeframes, speaker details and all other information you need via the event and registration links given belowTue 15 Sep 2-3.15pm - Session One - The Machinery of Creativity: Indigenous Data and Computation - Co-presented with the Indigenous Data Network, Indigenous Studies Unit, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health: Wed 16 Sep 2-3.50pm - Session Two - Algorithmic assistants and the value of getting it wrong - Co-presented with the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics: Thu 17 Sep 2-3.20pm - Session Three - Listening to the diagnostic ear - Co-presented with the Melbourne Centre for Data Science:

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MACHINE is the theme and so much a part of our lives that many may wonder how we'd live without it. Developments in AI (artificial intelligence) has jumped in leaps and bounds with data and algorithms invading our daily lives. It engages us as individuals, communities and societies, whether as creators or consumers. From simulating our intelligence to collecting our personal data, it has become a pressing concern of our time. The Ian Potter Museum of Art invites you to jump in and engage and asks if you've ever considered how technology might promote discrimination or impair our ability to make shrewd decisions? Or wondered how an AI doctor might diagnose illness just through listening?


Food for thought and a subject about something that's going to be a large part of our future. These are just two of a host of questions that'll be considered at the MACHINE forum that'll take place over three days via Zoom from Tue 15 to Thu 17 Sep 2020. The event is FREE but you need to REGISTER. You'll find all details of timeframes, speaker details and all other information you need via the event and registration links given below


Tue 15 Sep 2-3.15pm - Session One - The Machinery of Creativity: Indigenous Data and Computation - Co-presented with the Indigenous Data Network, Indigenous Studies Unit, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health


Wed 16 Sep 2-3.50pm - Session Two - Algorithmic assistants and the value of getting it wrong - Co-presented with the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics


Thu 17 Sep 2-3.20pm - Session Three - Listening to the diagnostic ear - Co-presented with the Melbourne Centre for Data Science: