A staggered grid of images of leaf shards, in varying shades of brownish green, against grey backgrounds
Ethical Implications of AI
BCA Center, Lorraine B. Good Room & Virtual

As our society increasingly relies on artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, how can we understand and articulate the ethical implications of this rapidly developing field? Designed to connect more deeply with Co-Created: The Artist in the Age of Intelligent Machines, join us for a moderated discussion with a panel of speakers who will explore the moral and social complexities of AI.

Moderated by Co-Created Guest Curator, Chris Thompson. Panelists include Randall Harp, Associate Prof. of Philosophy, UVM; Crystal L’Hote, Assoc. Prof. of Philosophy & Department Chair, St. Michael’s College; and Peter Gallo, artist and art critic. 

This program is supported in part by the Vermont Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed do not necessarily represent those of the Vermont Humanities.

Jenn KarsonDamaged Leaf Data Sample2021, digital print

2023 Exhibition Year presented by Mascoma Bank







Co-Created The Artist in the Age of Intelligent Machines is sponsored in part by the Maslow Family Foundation, HulaUniversity of Vermont, College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, and the University of Vermont, Office of the Vice President for Research. Hospitality sponsors, Lake Champlain ChocolatesFarrell Distributing, and Prophecy Wines.

Burlington City Arts is supported in part by The Vermont Arts Council & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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