We aim to engage a broad, interdisciplinary community of participants in discussions and activities related to artificial intelligence, exploring and facilitating multi-way interactions between work in artificial intelligence and work across the liberal arts.
We’re on a break during summer! More events will come this fall!
Featured Event ↓
Mememormee – A Dance & AI Performance (4/27/23)
April 27th, 7:00 PM
A dance-theater piece situated at the cutting edge of machine learning and art, mememormee explores the prismatic effects of the recent surge of AI-enabled artmaking that will soon confront dancers, choreographers, or anyone with a moving body. This performance uses choreography derived from one-of-a-kind AI models trained exclusively on the movements of lead choreographer, the particle physicist and AI researcher Dr. Mariel Pettee, over the course of nearly 6 years by several teams of scientists.
Titled after a Joyce quote that blends “memory” and “remember me”, mememormee proposes a different, more sustainable version of AI than the one we’re faced with today – one that deepens and multiplies authentic connections between you and your body, your community, and your natural environment.
What We Do
Find out what is happening in AI now and how it may affect your interests. We provide a curated list of AI-related news articles!
Want to learn about upcoming events and talks organized by us? Check out our upcoming and past events through our Events page!
Want to engage in conversations about Artificial Intelligence? Check out our forum on the discourse platform to stay up to date!
Interested in how you can use Artificial Intelligence? Want to read up on blogs and tutorials about AI tools and more?
There has never been a better time to learn about the diverse applications of AI.
We’re coming into a fantastic time for the application of AI in fields ranging from Geology to Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought.
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- Events to help learn and explore
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