19.10.2021 - 20.10.2021 Arts, Events, Others

The Future of Living @Bozar

During a two days symposium taking place at Bozar, we invite you to focus on the future of Artificial Intelligence and its impact on our living environment, cities, communities, and culture – a future that makes it “our nearest neighbour”. Researchers, entrepreneurs, creatives and artists will share their expertise on AI in Europe, addressing topics such as AI and creativity in the arts, and the future of living with AI.


Over the two days of the conference, we will host in parallel, and for the first time at Bozar, a hackathon entitled “Hack-à-deux” with art & science collaborations to explore a multidisciplinary approach to the challenges presented by AI.

The symposium and hackathon take place in the framework of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and are organised with the support of EUNIC Global.


Tuesday 19 &  Wednesday 20 October2021

Info & Tickets for the Symposium and Hackathon on the Bozar-website here

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Aleksandra Przegalińska

Vice-Rector responsible for International Cooperation and Ethics and Social Responsability, Associate Professor at Kozminski University. Current AIER Visiting Research Fellow. Former MIT Research Fellow and future Harvard Senior Research Fellow. AI expert and a frequent keynote speaker, passionate about AI in business. Advising companies on how to use AI for growth, promoting the use of artificial intelligence in everyday life and educating the public on how it works.

Dariusz Jemielniak

Dariusz Jemielniak is Full Professor and head of Management in Networked and Digital Environments (MINDS) department, Kozminski University, and faculty associate at Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University. He is a corresponding member of the Polish Academy of Sciences. His recent books include Collaborative Society (2020, MIT Press, with A. Przegalinska), Thick Big Data (2020, Oxford University Press), Common Knowlege? An Ethnography of Wikipedia (2014, Stanford University Press). His current research projects include climate change denialism online, anti-vaxxer internet communities, and bot detection. He serves on the Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees.

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