AI: Who's Looking After Me?

Science Gallery London
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This event ended on Saturday 20th of January 2024
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Science Gallery Cafe
St. Thomas Street, SE1 9RT
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London Bridge 0.12 miles

Science Gallery London and FutureEverything are pleased to announce ‘AI: Who’s Looking After Me?’, an exhibition and public programme that playfully and provocatively explores Artificial Intelligence and its impact on our lives – both today and in the near future. Created by artists, King’s College London researchers, patients, young people and technologists, the free, interactive season will offer a nuanced look into the parts of life that are already informed by AI, from the justice system and healthcare to love, politics, pet care and the daily commute.

AI is a regular focus of news headlines, political debates and twitter threads, often flattened into generalised and misunderstood hype. Science Gallery London will step back from the conjecture and apocalyptic discourse to consider who holds the power in technological advancement, and how humans might take more collective ownership of the systems that feel beyond control. ‘AI: Who’s Looking After Me?’ will feature work from 12 artistic collaborators, including seven original commissions, and will offer the public insights into current research from seven departments across King’s College London.

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