The AI&Art course for artists is a free course but substantial training via multiple sessions. It’s a good opportunity to learn how to use techniques from AI to create art, it focus on both the basic knowledge in artificial intelligence and the application of creative ideas arising from art, using an interdisciplinary format. This course for artists not only offers teaching sessions but also includes workshops with case studies and assignments.
As part of Esch2022, the European capital of culture, scientists at the University of Luxembourg will create the AI&ART pavilion, a multidisciplinary and interactive environment in which scientists, artists and the public can meet and interact.
Date :Friday, 25 September 2020 02:00 pm – 08:00 pm
Location :Hall des Poches à Fonte
Avenue du Rock’n’Roll / Avenue des Hauts fourneaux
The AI ROBOLAB initiated project, the AI&ART Pavilion for ESCH2022 has been accepted to participate in the European Capital of Culture (ECoC) in Luxembourg representing the Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine!
Our initiative was reviewed very favourably by the Selection Committee. Only 31 out of the 573 submitted projects were accepted in the Open Call process. Our proposal was the only one from the University of Luxembourg that was awarded the highest ‘Category A’ project. Furthermore, the AI&ART Pavilion was one of the three projects the Committee mentioned at their press conference explicitly as one of the most promising.
November-December 2019: Amro Najjar visits Stanford to work on the MIREL project.
November 2019: AI Robolab participates in BNAIC 2019, Brussels, Belgium. Great Expectations & Aborted Business Initiatives: The Paradox of Social Robot Between Research and Industry.
October 2019: The AI Robolab is participates in the IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence, Thessaloniki, Greece. Our paper is available here.
October 2019: Timotheus Kampik visits the AI Robolab to work on persuasive robots, argumentation, and agent facilitated language revitalization.
October 2019: The AI Robolab is bidding to create an Art and AI Pavilion in Esch 22.
September 2019: The AI Robolab is supervising BSP (undergraduate) student project at the university of Luxembourg. Projects supervised: AI & Art : the robot as music instrument AI & Art : GAN generated images and music Food recommender Systems
September 2019: Daniel Karpati Joins the AI Robloab as a research technician.