Stills Research Associate David Grinly will present a talk about some alternative ways we might consider and respond to the rise of AI image making, and the ways in which it might (or might not) trouble photography…
Drawing on diverse sources of research from philosophy, theology and medicine this talk will encourage conversation around technology and art, illustrating and expanding the questions raised with musical, visual and written examples.
The talk will be suitable for anyone over 18 with an interest in expanding the ways they think about photography, as viewers and practitioners.
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