The workshop AI and the Future of Art (AIFA) is postponed to the 28 – 30 September 2021.
Experts at AIFA 2021 will explore the growing interactions that exist between AI and art. The workshop is multidisciplinary and intends to address a wide range of topics of which both scholars and artists share point of views. Contributions discussing the following topics among others are expected:
Examples of AI-based art production and mixed artistic and scientific descriptions and discussions are warmly welcome.
Interested participants should send a 1-page abstract of their talk of 30 MINUTES as well as a short biography. All AIFA abstracts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected speakers will be invited to prepare an extended paper of 8 pages maximum to be published in our Esch 2022 AI and Art Handbook.
The 15 June deadline for abstracts and the July date for the workshop are replaced.
On 28 September the conference begins with an exhibition in the Uni.lu Computational Creativity Hub (Maison du Savoir, Administration building, Ground floor). AIFA21 will be officially opened at 13.45 by the Dean of the Faculty of Science, Technology, and Medicine, Prof. Dr. Jean-Marc Schlencker.
AIFA2021 is a free of charge hybrid event. The on-site participation will be under Covidcheck regulations (link to: https://covid19.public.lu/en/covidcheck.html).
Yolanda Spinola – Elias, Thibaud Latour, Egberdien van der Peijl, Rosangella Leote, Fernanda Duarte and Rodrigo Rezende.