How Humans and Machines See the World
6 December 2023, 17:00 to 19:00
Bush House, Strand Campus, London
Can machines see? What does it mean for humans to endow machines with the capacity for seeing? But do we actually understand how humans see the world? And is there even a ‘we’ that does the seeing?
Join us for an event discussing the cultural and technical interlacing between human perception and machine vision. (Please note this is an in-person event only, taking place in central London.)
- Screening by art collective Taller Estampa (Spain)
- Paula Gortázar (Westminster)
- Daniel Chávez Heras (King’s)
- Leonardo Impett (Cambridge)
- Joanna Zylinska (King’s)
The event will include a launch of Joanna Zylinska’s book, The Perception Machine: Our Photographic Future between the Eye and AI (MIT Press). It will be followed by a drinks reception.
This event is free and open to all, but places need to be booked. If you book a ticket but find you are unable to come to the event, please kindly cancel your booking.
This event is wheelchair accessible. This event may be filmed and photographed, by attending you consent to appearing in any footage or stills of the event. To inform the organiser of any access requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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