A sculptural structure made from seaweed seems to wrap, like a tentacle, in and out of the a conference room window. Outside the window is several feet of white snow.
Partnering with Nature
about the exhibition On view at the World Economic Forum’s 50th Annual Meeting, Jan. 21 through Jan. 24 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. Drawing from the Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial exhibition originally organized by Cooper Hewitt and Cube design museum, this adaptation is a collaboration between the Smithsonian and the World Economic Forum (WEF). This is the...
Dangerous Futures: Bias + Artificial Intelligence
Join us for a an evening with the creators of Face Values, an exhibition that explores the power and limits of A.I., provoking us to think more critically about how facial data has been and continues to be interpreted.
Exploring A.I.: Data Portraits
Join us for a an evening with the creators of Face Values, an exhibition that explores the power and limits of A.I., provoking us to think more critically about how facial data has been and continues to be interpreted.
Two women, one seated and one standing, are positioned in a gallery space. They both look intently at a video monitor affixed to a wall covered in dozeons of black vertical rods. The monitor shows text, images of two women, and a live feed of the seated onces facial expressions.
Don’t Take It at Face Value
Artist R. Luke DuBois discusses artificial intelligence and his installation Expression Portrait in the exhibition Face Values at Cooper Hewitt.
On a digital screen floats blobs containing an eye, nose, and mouth. A seated person with long brown hair is looking at the screen. The screen is surrounded by a gold frame with long black cords / wires around it.
Face Values: Exploring Artificial Intelligence
about the exhibition Presented in Cooper Hewitt’s Process Lab, Face Values: Exploring Artificial Intelligence is an immersive installation that explores the pervasive but often hidden role of facial-detection technology in contemporary society. This high-tech, provocative response investigates the human face as a living data source used by governments and businesses to track, measure, and monetize emotions....