When talking about “Artificial Intelligence”, one often actually refers to the generative models. ChatGPT, LLM; a word-soup in which a path of connections is found.
The use of artificially generated outputs creates unintended consequences that raises questions about ownership. When an output is generated by a computer, what was the input for it?
In an interactive session, hosts Omotola Bolarin and Elise Marcus from Coordinature will guide your through the unintended biases of data outputs.
Omotola Bolarin & Elise Marcus unite their passion for anthropomorphic data, bridging the gap between information and understanding. Together they lead Coordinature, a multimedia organisation dedicated to crafting collaborative tools and transformative experiences.
Omotola Bolarin is an energetic user-experience visionair. Reverse engineering the thinking patterns of artificial intelligence, and thereby clarifying for humans what it feels like to be a bot, is one of his passions. With a background in communication and experience as a CTO for organisations such as the Neurodiversity Foundation and 2Tango, Omotola drives Coordinature’s mission to innovate the processes that streamline thought-to-expression.
Elise Marcus is a storytelling luminary whose heart beats for weaving narratives that resonate. She deconstructs conversations by turning them into captivating audio-visual tales. Her work on the Mother Earth Network and Earthly.ai has been exhibited in various museums, from Eye Film Museum to Het Nieuwe Instituut. Elise shapes Coordinature’s vision towards world-wide collaboration with commercial organisations, experts, research institutes and citizens. Motivating people to think along and participate in creating new sustainable systems.
Header image imagined by Midjourney from session title