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The AI Gallery

An art exhibition created with machine learning and other AI techniques.

In partnership with the UKRI's Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub, National Gallery X is exhibiting art created with machine learning and other AI techniques. The exhibition launches at Trusting Machines?, a conference we've co-produced with RUSI and the TAS Hub. Here you'll find new commissions, projects from Nottingham's Mixed Reality Lab, and art from around the world.

At Trusting Machines? we aim to spark insights and deeper conversations. In years to come, the AI Gallery will continue as a 'cultural exchange programme' between humanity and the systems whose influence - and mystery - grows daily. Machine arts challenge traditional notions of creativity, but we think it is vital not to anthropomorphise autonomous systems. As the exhibition grows, we will work with the TAS Hub and beyond to develop a rigorous framework for understanding the emerging palettes of AI art and how they fit into human society.

Curated by National Gallery X co-director Ali Hossaini and Neus Torres Tamarit of Phenotypica.

'The First' by Luca Viganò & Ali Hossaini

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The Turing Test is a classic way of distinguishing humans from AI. What happens when humans turn the tables on machines? This film explores a future scenario where the rights of sentient beings clash with freedom, identity and ethical judgment. Find out more.

What is National Gallery X? 

National Gallery X (NGX) is a partnership between the National Gallery and King's College London. It brings together King's College London’s research with the art and audiences of the Gallery to create the new museum experiences technology could make possible in the future.

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