European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC)

Culture and AI

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During this breakfast meeting of our Digital Ethics working group, that took place on Tuesday, May 28th, we picked up our previous discussion on the use of “artificial intelligence” in cultural centres.

With the help of Femke Snelting from Titipi, the Institute for Technology in the Public Interest, we tried to define interesting compromises and reflective practices in the midst of this avalanche, and to structure our thinking in order to share it with others.

Our digital breakfasts are hybrid meetings open to all cultural practitioners with an interest in defining attitudes and ethics in our approach to data, machine learning tools and automatisation.

09:30 - 10:00 Coffee and a chat with participants on site

10:00 - 12:30 Full hybrid meeting