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November 12, 2021, 10 am - 1 pm, tjg. theater junge generation (Studiostage)

Artificial intelligence is gradually taking over more and more space in social life. Autonomous driving and robots are no longer utopias, but are already in the starting blocks and will significantly change society in the future. What does this mean for culture? Is artificial intelligence an opportunity or a threat for culture? Interfaces between art and science now go far beyond pure digitization processes, even in cultural formats  whether with robots or analytically in the processing of data volumes. First experiences and visions will be reported and the potential and possibilities of artificial intelligence in culture will be discussed.

10 am - 10:45 am
Potential of artificial intelligence for music communication and brand positioning
Frauke Roth
Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, Artistic Director
and Armin Berger

The question of the role that artificial intelligence can and should play in the music sector is becoming ever more pressing. It is not only about the connectivity of analogue content via digital media, but also about the development of new forms and formats of art and their communication. Different modes of production and reception mean, not least, a realignment of the relationship between the artist and the audience.

10:45 am - 11 am



Coffee Break & Networking


11 am - 11:30 am
© Oliver Hohlfeld
Performing Arts and Digitality - The Discovery of Resonant Spaces (WT)
Dr. Marcus Doering
PMD-ART - Laboratory for Performing Arts and Digitality, Managing Director
in addition Lars Scheibner, Artistic Director

11:30 am - 11:45 am



Coffee Break & Networking

11:45 am- 12:15 pm

Artificial Intelligence. Machine Learning Human Dreams
Dr. Doreen Hartmann German Hygiene Museum, responsible for exhibitions and Yasemin Keskintepe, curator
The DHMD's guiding question "How do we want to live?" also arises in view of the increasing use of artificial intelligence. Reactions to it currently fluctuate between euphoria and scepticism. This applies both to day-to-day applications and to what is being tested in both research and businesses today. In order to be able to critically reflect on the influence of AI systems, a fundamental understanding of its technology is necessary. Our new special exhibition makes an important contribution to this. It is about dreams of the past, (im)possibilities of our present and the question of how we want to use AI in the future.

12:15 pm - 12:30 pm



Coffee Break & Networking

12:30 pm - 1 pm
© Fiona Siegel


The Use of AI in Media Art (WT)
Yannick Hofmann (requested)
ZKM, Project Manager in Research & Production
From intelligent agents to computer vision based tracking systems to neural sound synthesis: with the latest developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence, new potentials for co-creativity between humans and machines are emerging. In the talk, the diversity of artistic applications of AI tools will be illustrated with examples created at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe.

1 pm - 2 pm



Lunch Break


2 pm - 3.30 pm





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A transfer to the other topic forums are possible during breaks.

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