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AIFA21 – AI and the future of arts

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Date de l'événement : mardi 28 septembre 2021 10:00 - jeudi 30 septembre 2021 17:00
Lieu : AI Pavilion: Computational Creativity Hub, MSA ground floor

From 28 to 30 September 2021, AIFA21 will take place at the Belval campus of the University of Luxembourg as a free hybrid event, participation on site under covidcheck:

As part of the overall AI Pavilion project (for Esch2022), numerous experts from the field of AI and the arts will explore the increasing interactions between the two fields and address a wide range of topics. AIFA21 is a multidisciplinary event that aims to discuss and explore future developments, opportunities and risks of AI, for example:

  • What is the role of AI as a tool for creating art in the visual and performing arts?
  • What kind of AI technology is used and how is it used?
  • How does AI as technology become a material component of a work of art?
  • How do AI utopias and dystopias influence contemporary art production?
  • What role does AI play in the development of contemporary art?
  • Is AI a stronger vector of artistic interdisciplinarity?
  • How can artists inspire or trigger scientific and technological innovation in AI?

On 28 September, AIFA21 will be officially opened at 13.45 by Prof. Dr. Jean-Marc Schlencker, Dean of the Faculty of Science, Technology, and Medicine at the University's Computational Creativity Hub (Maison du Savoir, Administration building, Ground floor). Please join us on-site or online (links for the online event are provided below).

Contact: Dr Sana Nouzri (RoboLab; Email: Best regards, The AIFA Team


Online Exhibition:

Tuesday 28/09
Meeting link:
Meeting number:
2733 640 3615

Wednesday 29/09
Meeting link:
Meeting number:
2734 574 0643

Thursday 30/09
Meeting link:
Meeting number :
2733 862 9521

The participation is free of charge. The event is held hybrid.

More information and the exact programme are available here: