KIM research fellow Adam Harvey launches the exposing.ai engine to trace the use of personal images in training face recognition technologies.
Elvia Vasconcelos’s sketches for the course Introduction to AI and Neural Networks.
Together with Phillip Schmitt and in collaboration with Dr. Felipe Orduña Bustamante, our former HfG Karlsruhe student Anina Rubin premiers the new piece I Am Sitting In A High-Dimensional Room, an audio simulation narrated by a neural network.
A text by Lukas Rehm
Project in collaboration with Adam Harvey
Beautiful brutalist logo by Barbara Acevedo Strange and Simon Knebl generated by neural network analysis of traditional fonts.
A large music theatre production by student Lukas Rehm for the auditorium of Heidelberg university with libretto written by neural networks.
First guest of KIM back in 2017 Anil Bawa-Cavia is now featured in the Open Codes exhibition.
Media Artist and HfG graduate Michail Rybakov shows his first results in using neural networks to remove human bodies from videos.
Neural style transfer blurring disciplinary and ontological borders
Neural networks “deepdreaming” and imagining music genres
This machine is a biometric device that scans eyes. This machine is also a mask that hides the backside of its violent logistics and algorithms designed around its screens. In both prints, the eyes are replaced by two images: The pattern of a fingerprint, the pattern of a scanned Iris, both behind the scanner, […]
→ Website Anina Rubin’s work revolves around a complex set of queries. Not only is she questioning the binary system of computing reflecting the binary system implicit to many facettes of our cognition. She is interessted in the possibility of qubits replacing the binary and annulling the dichotomy, or at least diversifying it. She also […]