Where is AI taking us? - Round table WinterLAB 2019
WinterLAB 2019, will focus on the confluence between Art and Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Where is AI taking us? - Round table

Are there ethical or social risks in the current development of AI? Is Spain in a position to face the challenges of AI?

14:40 to 15:30

Panel members: Amparo Alonso Betanzos, Manuel González Bedia, Guido Segni, Karin Ohlenschläger and Rodolfo Gutiérrez Palacios.

Moderator: Antonio Bahamonde

Rodolfo Gutiérrez holds a PhD in Sociology from the Complutense University of Madrid (1983). He was a Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology at Harvard University during the years 1997 and 1998. He has been a Professor of Sociology at Oviedo University since 1991. His main research interests focus on economic sociology, social inequalities and poverty, migration and language. Between 2002 and 2007 he directed the Studies area of the Economic and Social Council of Spain. Recently, he has written, for the Civic Circle of Opinion, the report entitled Prepare for the present: digitization and employment

Guido Segni: His work, centered on every day (ab)use of the Internet, is characterized by minimal gestures in technology, combining conceptual approaches and the traditional hacker’s attitude to come up with something unusual, useless, dysfunctional.

In recent years the artist has moved from identity to identity, producing works, actions and interventions under pseudonyms, collectives and multiple names (Dedalus, Clemente Pestelli, Guy McMusker, Angela Merelli, Anna Adamolo, Guy the Bore, Umberto Stanca, SilvieInb, FoscoLoitiCelant, Guru Miri Goro, Leslie Bleus, Luther Blissett).

Co-founder of Les Liens Invisibles, he has exhibited in galleries, museums (MAXXI Rome, New School of New York, KUMU Art Museum of Tallinn) and international art and multimedia creation festivals (Venice International Biennale, Piemonte SHARE Festival, Transmediale).

He is currently working as a teacher at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Carrara, runs the REFRAMED imaginary laboratory and is part of the editorial board of the Atypo project.

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