Lecture and workshop on object recognition
and AI tools for human rights activism

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Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 18:30
Lichtbrücke, 1. OG. HfG Karlsurhe

Part of the series Exploring the Limits of AI in
cooperation with the Product Design department

Abstract: Computer vision is changing the way we see the world and each other. We now exist in a dual perceptual state of machinic and human observation where identities are atomized throughout the electromagnetic spectrum and reconstructed again by black boxed algorithms. This lecture will discuss the implications of multispectral, multi-modal identities and propose a new framework for understanding images through the axis of optical sensing technologies.

The lecture will be followed by a workshop on Wednesday, 20 June 2018, 10:00-13:00. Room 112.

Adam Harvey is an artist and researcher based in Berlin exploring societal impacts of networked data analysis technologies with a focus on computer vision and counter-surveillance. He is a graduate of the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University (2010) and previously studied engineering and photojournalism at the Pennsylvania State University.

→ ahprojects.com



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