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AI & Big Data Expo
AI & Big Data Expo showcases cutting-edge technologies from more than 350 exhibitors and provides insight from over 500 speakers sharing their industry knowledge. The next conference is Nov 13-14 in Silicon Valley, CA.
The expo brings together key industries from across the globe for two days of top-level content and discussion across 5-colocated events covering, AI, big data, IoT, cyber security, cloud, blockchain, and 5G.
You can get a discount to the event using our exclusive discount code “ARTISTS20” on checkout.
Nokia Bell Labs - Experiments in Art & Technology
The Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) program at Nokia Bell Labs sparked some of the most important collaborations between artists and engineers in the 21st century.. They have long-term Artist-In-Residences (AIRs) and short-term collaborations with artists across the world, many of whom are exploring AI and its impact on art, music and communication.
Their mission is to create new modes of empathic communication such that we can share emotions, sentiment, cognition and experiences between people. The goal is to break down barriers that exist between people/race/culture/religion by enabling higher order modes of communication beyond our basic spoken and written word. To do so, they are inventing technology that will augment our senses and enable new forms of communication, interaction and sharing between people.
Lumen Art Prize
Called “the world’s pre-eminent technology art prize” by The Guardian, Lumen Art Prize is one of the most critically acclaimed awards for art and technology in the world.
The Lumen Prize celebrates the very best art created with technology through a global competition, exhibitions and events worldwide run by Lumen Art Projects. A not-for-profit based in the UK, the organization is dedicated to providing opportunities for artists who engage with technology globally through links with cultural venues, festivals and institutions globally.
Its network includes over 500 artists working with technology, all of whom have either won or been shortlisted for their annual competition for art and technology. Through its annual juried competition, exhibitions, seminars and commissions, they aim to share the future of art with everyone.