Re:Humanism arises from the comparison between advanced technologies in Italy, China and the USA. Italy is recognized as an innate leader in the fields of taste, style and culture. From food to fashion, design to art, Italy never fails to uphold the important historical and artistic traditions that characterize our country. Our goal is to create a series of initiatives to support increased knowledge and research reflected in the arts and technological industries. Re: Humanism can be considered as a first step in using the art world as a vehicle to “humanize” Artificial Intelligence.
Various initiatives will be carried out in order to support research by artists and creatives looking for solutions to humanize technologies and foster their relationship with the global public.
In order to bridge the gap between Artificial Intelligence and contemporary art, we are holding a contest to support the work of these artists and to promote Artificial Intelligence in a positive light. The contest winners will be eligible for various benefits, from cash prizes to promotional opportunities in the form of exhibits in Rome.
Tutti gli orari
Saturday 13 October
From 12.00 pm to 1.00 pm
Room 5 pav.5
Daniela Cotimbo (Alan Advantage)
Art curator, project and communication manager, co-Founder at Artnoise, a web magazine focused on art and culture. I have a bachelor degree in Art History at “La Sapienza” University of Rome. As curator and communication manager I worked with many museums and galleries and wrote several critical texts for art magazines and catalogs. I’m editor for Arte e Critica and Inside Art and I curate the Re:Humanism project for Alan Advantage.
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