AI: Are You Brave Enough for The Brave New World?
New York Live Arts
Live Ideas, New York Live Arts’ annual humanities festival of arts and ideas, will interrogate a future with AI, artificial intelligence, that promises to revolutionize human existence. AI: Are You Brave Enough for The Brave New World? unfolds across five days of discourse, performances, an exhibition, classes for adults and kids, and a HACK-ART-THON, bringing artificial intelligence to the general public from the perspective of its societal, cultural and artistic implications.
Headlining the mainstage of this year’s festival will be the New York City premiere of discrete figures, the collaboration between Japanese companies Rhizomatiks Research and ELEVENPLAY, and American media artist Kyle McDonald.
The 2019 Live Ideas Festival is generously supported by Google, with additional support from the Ace Hotel Humanities New York, Samuel M. Levy Family Foundation, and numerous departments at Carnegie Mellon University.
Special thanks to the Festival Advisors Shoham Arad, Brady Dehn, Daniel Dulitz, Kathryn Heidemann, Matt Kudish, Matthew Putman, Alanna Rutherford, Yana Buhrer Tavanier, Robyn Trani, and the Google Creative Lab team.
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