Barbican Meets: Trevor Paglen
Artist Trevor Paglen talks to us about AI bias, the power algorithms can hold, and how images can become a currency in a digital age.
Watch: Trevor Paglen show us how computers see the world
Watch artist Trevor Paglen, as he looks into how artificial neural networks learn and and perceive images.
Read Trevor Paglen's talk and conversation with Anthony Downey, where they discuss the deeper meanings behind Paglen's installation in The Curve, revealing the powerful, and often hidden, forces at play in artificial intelligence.
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Visits for schools are free and booking is not required. Curatorial introductions may be available to school groups, please email [email protected] with your planned visit date to check availability.
Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult. It is most appropriate for pupils studying at Key Stage 4 or higher. A pre-visit is recommended for teachers intending to bring students to the exhibition.
Our Teacher Resource is available to download here.