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Art and AI: Artists at the crossroads of cultural, social and technological change

Valentine Goddard, AI Impact Alliance
February 29, 2024
12:15PM - 1:15PM
Saxbe Auditorium, Drinko Hall, 55 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210

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Add to Calendar 2024-02-29 12:15:00 2024-02-29 13:15:00 Art and AI: Artists at the crossroads of cultural, social and technological change The Program on Data and Governance, a program of the Moritz College of Law and the Translational Data Analytics Institute, is proud to present the next event in the Data Points: Ideas on Data, Law and Society Lecture Series: Art and AI: Artists at the crossroads of cultural, social and technological change, given by Valentine Goddard, Member of the Advisory Council on Artificial Intelligence of Canada, United Nations AI and Data Policy and Governance Expert, Founder and Executive Director, AI Impact Alliance.Register Here for in-person or Zoom. (Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees.)About the eventGenerative AI is impacting different art forms from an ethical, social, legal, and economic perspective. Art, on the other hand, has been an outlet and a tool to respond to the issues of bias and representation in AI. In this lecture, Valentine Goddard will offer a comprehensive view of the evolving landscape at the intersection of art and AI. She will also share her recommendations for an AI development and governance that protects the value of art and culture by putting artists at the center of the conversation. About the speakerValentine Goddard is a lawyer, a certified mediator and an inter-arts curator with globally recognized expertise in AI. She is a member of the Advisory Council on AI of Canada, a United Nations Expert on AI Policy and Governance and a Mozilla Creative Media Awardee (2023). Her areas of expertise include AI Ethics, Policy and Governance and how to align these practices with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and inclusive innovation in digital economies. Valentine Goddard has also coordinated and implemented global cross-sectoral projects with team members from different disciplines and cultures.  Read More. Saxbe Auditorium, Drinko Hall, 55 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210 Translational Data Analytics Institute tdai@osu.edu America/New_York public

The Program on Data and Governance, a program of the Moritz College of Law and the Translational Data Analytics Institute, is proud to present the next event in the Data Points: Ideas on Data, Law and Society Lecture Series: Art and AI: Artists at the crossroads of cultural, social and technological change, given by Valentine Goddard, Member of the Advisory Council on Artificial Intelligence of Canada, United Nations AI and Data Policy and Governance Expert, Founder and Executive Director, AI Impact Alliance.

Register Here for in-person or Zoom. (Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees.)

About the event

Generative AI is impacting different art forms from an ethical, social, legal, and economic perspective. Art, on the other hand, has been an outlet and a tool to respond to the issues of bias and representation in AI. In this lecture, Valentine Goddard will offer a comprehensive view of the evolving landscape at the intersection of art and AI. She will also share her recommendations for an AI development and governance that protects the value of art and culture by putting artists at the center of the conversation. 

About the speaker

Valentine Goddard is a lawyer, a certified mediator and an inter-arts curator with globally recognized expertise in AI. She is a member of the Advisory Council on AI of Canada, a United Nations Expert on AI Policy and Governance and a Mozilla Creative Media Awardee (2023). Her areas of expertise include AI Ethics, Policy and Governance and how to align these practices with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and inclusive innovation in digital economies. Valentine Goddard has also coordinated and implemented global cross-sectoral projects with team members from different disciplines and cultures.  Read More.

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