When and where?

Belval Campus

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly going to transform our daily life, and the resulting changes raise fundamental questions about the nature of humanity and the goals of civilisation. The AI&ART Pavilion is a multidisciplinary initiative trying to reflect this emerging future in an interactive context, a place where scientists, artists and the public can meet and exchange ideas. The AI&ART Pavilion does this by combining Belval’s industrial heritage with the scientific ambitions of the university, while letting individuals find a sense of community in the face of contemporary and forthcoming challenges.

The AI&ART Pavilion consists of four branches:

  • Singularity 42! collects initiatives in which artists reflect on the interaction between our physical and digital existence. Scientists and artists provide high-level technical and scientific support for the realisation of art projects, and conversely, artists are involved in designing blueprints for creative engineers whose concepts require the artistic expertise of visual artists.
  • The Project Corner(stone) offers playful and interactive initiatives for visitors to experiment, discover and rethink their own beliefs. These small projects can use techniques of symbolic and sub-symbolic AI to create an art product.
  • The Magneto project consists of various events that aim to inform and engage the audience in discussions about the role of AI. The events are open to students, general or specialised audiences.
  • The AIFA conference is an International conference exploring the growing interactions existing between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and art.

Pavilion location

Leading institution

People

Prof. Dr.

Christoph

Schommer

Project manager

FSTM
Department of Computer Science
University of Luxembourg

Prof. Dr.

Leon

Van der Torre

Project manager

FSTM
Department of Computer Science
University of Luxembourg

Dr.

Igor Tchappi

Manager of AI Robolab
Postodoctoral researcher
FSTM
Department of Computer Science
University of Luxembourg

Daniel

Karpati

Project co-ordinator
Doctoral researcher
FSTM
Department of Computer Science
University of Luxembourg

Dr.

Amro

Najjar

Researcher at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

Dr.

Sana Nouzri

Magneto responsible
Postdoctoral Researcher at AI Robolab
FSTM
Department of Computer Science
University of Luxembourg

Exhibitions

Smart Photobooth
ThalamusProject
Deus-X-Machina
Steft1867
AI Dancing Avatar
MirrorMirror
Einstein Blackhole
DALL.E.made
Plantasmagoria
AI Critique
Automatic MindMap Creation
Purification

Events

Upcoming events

Mon 28 November 2022
to Wed 30 November 2022
Hybrid – Online & In presence