February 26 ,
Centre Pompidou, Petite salle
Free entry, limited seats available
Introduction will be broadcast live on IRCAM's Youtube channel
The exhibition "Neurons, simulated intelligences" puts into context today’s contemporary creations, technological innovations, and industrial applications through a sort of archaeology of artificial intelligence, over a period of about fifty years. Using artists’ works, the exhibition presents a critical look at the technologies of intelligence simulation. The aim is to demystify the very idea of artificial intelligence, omnipresent in today’s society, by confronting human intelligence with mechanical and computer simulations.
With Hugues Vinet Director of Innovation and Research Means, IRCAM
Frédéric Migayrou & Camille Lenglois curators of the exhibition "Neurons, simulated intelligences"