Join us for an engaging and thought-provoking panel discussion on the current and future impacts of artificial intelligence on the arts and humanities. Our expert panel will explore the practical and ethical ramifications of AI technology on academia, publishing, and the creation of art, including its impact on intellectual property.
Featuring Pantera Press publisher and novelist John M Green; author, critic, and poet Richard King; lawyer and chair of Digital Rights Watch Lizzie O’Shea; supercomputing and AI expert Kiowa Scott-Hurley; chief scientist at the UNSW AI Institute Toby Walsh; and founder and director of the Jacky Winter Group Jeremy Wortsman. Each speaker will share a provocation informed by their expertise and experience, before opening up to a panel discussion hosted by ABC Big Ideas host Natasha Mitchell.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain unique insights into the intersection of AI, humanities, and the arts.