The AI exhibition: can an Artificial Intelligence explain itself?
The interest in AI systems is increasing as more applications become available and influence our daily lives. Numerous exhibitions worldwide attempt to bring explanations to the general public, while the research field of Explainable AI explores how can AI systems explain and justify their own decisions.
Can we combine both? Can we make an exhibition about AI that is an AI? Can an Artificial Intelligence exhibition explain itself?
Dr. Andreas Daniel Matt
Andreas Matt (1975, Innsbruck) is director of IMAGINARY, a non-profit organization for the communication of current research in mathematics based in Berlin. He has a PhD in Mathematics in the field of Machine Learning, and has worked from 2007 until 2016 for the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, a Leibniz Institute, where he co-initiated IMAGINARY. In 2013, he received the Media Award of the German Society of Mathematics for his achievement in communicating mathematics.
Lic. Sebastian Uribe
Sebastian Uribe (1978, Buenos Aires) is project manager and exhibition curator for I AM AI, the upcoming exhibition about Artificial Intelligence from IMAGINARY. He studied computer science at the University of Buenos Aires, and lectured on computer graphics and information visualization at the Buenos Aires Institute of Technology, where he also directed the Video Games and Animation Laboratory. Since 2012 he lives in Berlin, Germany.