18 min

RISD Debates in AI: Stephanie Dinkins RISD Debates in AI

    • Arts

In this episode you'll hear from the artist Stephanie Dinkins who spoke on RISD's Debates in AI panel AI + the Artist. Stephanie is a transmedia artist focusing on race, gender, aging and future histories through AI and social collaboration, aiming for care-based, equitable technological ecosystems. Her work explores AI’s impact on communities of color, emphasizing the importance of stories and cultural perspectives as fundamental societal algorithms. Dinkins, who teaches at Stony Brook University as the Kusama Endowed Chair in Art, advocates globally for inclusive AI globally. She is a 2021 United States Artist Fellow and Knight Arts & Tech Fellow, with extensive recognition, including features in The New York Times and Wired. Her journey reflects a deep commitment to intertwining human narratives with technology, promoting compassion and equity in digital futures.
To watch talks from the two-day symposium, head over to AI-Debates.risd.edu. You can also listen to each of them wherever you find your podcasts. Support for the event was from the Divisions of Liberal Arts, Experimental and Foundation Studies, and Architecture & Design, as well as the Fleet Library and the Center for Arts and Language. Thank you to our largest contributor, the Center for Complexity and the RISD 2050 Fund for kicking off this important conversation.
Audio produced by Andrew Grant and Marisa Mazria Katz
Music: "Imagery" and "Last Night" by Xylo-Ziko

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In this episode you'll hear from the artist Stephanie Dinkins who spoke on RISD's Debates in AI panel AI + the Artist. Stephanie is a transmedia artist focusing on race, gender, aging and future histories through AI and social collaboration, aiming for care-based, equitable technological ecosystems. Her work explores AI’s impact on communities of color, emphasizing the importance of stories and cultural perspectives as fundamental societal algorithms. Dinkins, who teaches at Stony Brook University as the Kusama Endowed Chair in Art, advocates globally for inclusive AI globally. She is a 2021 United States Artist Fellow and Knight Arts & Tech Fellow, with extensive recognition, including features in The New York Times and Wired. Her journey reflects a deep commitment to intertwining human narratives with technology, promoting compassion and equity in digital futures.
To watch talks from the two-day symposium, head over to AI-Debates.risd.edu. You can also listen to each of them wherever you find your podcasts. Support for the event was from the Divisions of Liberal Arts, Experimental and Foundation Studies, and Architecture & Design, as well as the Fleet Library and the Center for Arts and Language. Thank you to our largest contributor, the Center for Complexity and the RISD 2050 Fund for kicking off this important conversation.
Audio produced by Andrew Grant and Marisa Mazria Katz
Music: "Imagery" and "Last Night" by Xylo-Ziko

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

18 min

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