Launch online student exhibition “Who Speaks?”

Together with the Analysis and Research Department (DAO) of the Dutch Parliament we celebrate the launch of the online student exhibition ‘Who Speaks? – Artificial Intelligence, Language, and Democracy’.

Research projects showcase how artificial intelligence influences democracy by means of language and reflect on the future of an AI driven society.

Visit the exhibition at https://whospeaks.eu

Who Speaks?

Artificial Intelligence, Language, and Democracy

‘Who Speaks?’ was a semester education collaboration between the Master Non Linear Narrative of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, Goldsmiths (University of London) and Camberwell College of Arts (CCW / University of the Arts London). Generously supported by the Dutch Parliament and the Knowledge Exchange Impact Fund, Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges (CCW), University of the Arts, London.

The project is part of a series of initiatives organised by the Queer Computing Consortium (QCC), co-founded by Ramon Amaro, Sheena Calvert, Niels Schrader.

Student participants include Katie Pelikan Baselj, Justine Corrijn, Sophie Czich, Esther van der Heijden, Tuana İnhan, Dario Di Paolantonio, Jenny Konrad, Lance Laoyan, Marcin Liminowicz, Felix Meermann, Pablo Perez, Taya Reshetnik, Elinor Salomon and Natalia Sliwinska (MA Non Linear Narrative, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague); and Callum Palmier-Robertson (BA Graphic Design, Camberwell College of Arts, London).

Supervision by Lauren Alexander, Mijke van der Drift, Lizzie Malcolm, Dan Powers and Niels Schrader with support from Vanessa Lambrecht.

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