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Caelum Gallery

526 West 26th Street


New York City, NY 10001

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Cinjon Resnick and Ruchi Sanghvi invite you to an event exploring the intersection of art and machine learning hosted by South Park Commons. Columbia professor Hod Lipson, NYU ITP's Gene Kogan and Cristobal Valenzuela co-founder of Runway will be giving talks on how technology is changing the way artists work, how the public receives the art, and how it is viewed at a meta level. There will be demos by local artists and opportunities to meet domain experts from art, machine learning, and more. Space is limited to 30 attendees, RSVP is required.


- Demos and Refreshments 6-7pm

- Talks 7-8pm

- Panel Q&A 8-8:30pm

Speakers and Panelists

Hod Lipson - His work on self-aware and self-replicating robots challenges conventional views of robotics, and has enjoyed widespread media coverage. He has also pioneered many aspects of 3D Printing, including bio-printing, electronics printing, and food printing, as well as launching the first open-source printer in the US, the Fab@Home in 2005. Lipson has co-authored over 300 publications that received over 12,000 citations to date. He has founded four companies, and is frequent keynoter both in industry and academic events. His TED Talk on self-aware machines is one of the most viewed presentations on AI and robotics. Hod directs the Creative Machines Lab, which pioneers new ways to make machines that create, and machines that are creative.

Gene Kogan - He is an artist and a programmer who is interested in generative systems, computer science, and software for creativity and self-expression. Gene initiated ml4a, a free book about machine learning for artists, activists, and citizen scientists, and regularly publishes video lectures, writings, and tutorials to facilitate a greater public understanding of the subject.

Cristobal Valenzuela - He is co-founder of Runway and researcher at New York University ITP. Previously, he co-founded Latent Studio , a creative studio specializing in machine learning and artificial intelligence. He also contributes to OSS and helps maintain ml5.js. His work has been sponsored by Google and the Processing Foundation and his projects has been exhibited in Latin America and the US, including NeurIPS, Santiago Museum of Contemporary Art, ARS Electronica, GAM, ACADIA, Fundación Telefonica, Lollapalooza, NYC Media Lab, New Latin Wave, DOCLAB, Inter-American Development Bank, Stanford University and New York University.