We may think of museums as old-fashioned or ‘stuffy’ places, but as Ana Tiquia explored in her talk they are embracing new technologies to tell captivating stories
Cultural institutions are rapidly evolving in the stories they are telling and the way they tell them. How might our growing capacity to sense and collect data, and the emergence of artificial intelligence technologies that make sense of these datasets, change the ways we tell stories? Ana Tiquia explored this, and what role might artists play in not just responding to, but shaping, critiquing and creating new conversations around artificial intelligence in museums, libraries and other cultural institutions.
This forum took place on Wednesday 14 February.