AI! Oh Aye!
The 'AI! Oh Aye!' exhibition at The Lighthouse explores what the future of democracy could look like with technology at its heart.
About AI! Oh Aye!
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Recent technology has had a profound effect on our society; how we receive information, how we disseminate information and target it to like-minded people, how we argue and debate, how we talk to each other and even how we find love.
For this project Andrew Tibbles will present a "future museum" exhibiting artefacts and paraphernalia of a time when an Artificial Intelligence (AI) gained a democratic majority in a country. What did it take for us to trust Siri above our living, breathing politicians?
AI? OH AYE! will explore what the future of democracy could look like with technology at its heart.
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