Artificial Intelligence for Public Space Lab – Border Sessions
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Artificial Intelligence for Public Space Lab

Artificial Intelligence is here in our private spaces and personal devices. And it is moving into public spaces, too – sometimes in thought-provoking applications that elicit discussions about ethics, privacy, or data-ownership.

In this lab, we will collaborate in hands-on experiments and do provocative research: we design a prototype for an AI agent that acts in public spaces and investigate how citizens react to this. The goal is to explore its usefulness and acceptability in society – and to figure out at what point this AI agent crosses the border…

Central questions for this lab are:
1. What are useful dialogues with AI in public spaces?
2. What form can such dialogues take?
3. How are they experienced by people?
4. What factors determine how far AI can go in public dialogues?

Join us in the lab and experience how a simple prototype can help spark discussions and stimulate thinking about the role of AI in our lives, in public contexts.

Whether you are an AI-lover or a sceptic, AI-savvy or just curious, artist or engineer, or perhaps a bit of all, we need your perspective, your opinion and insights!

Hosts

Ahmed
Rbaibi
(AI Lab)
Bozhidar
Bahov
(AI Lab)
Jos
van Leeuwen
(Haagse Hogeschool)
Arnold Jan
Quanjer
(Haagse Hogeschool)
Antti
Jylhä
(Haagse Hogeschool)


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