SHIFT exhibit presents artistic perspectives on artificial intelligenceBoing Boing
One of the most interesting pieces in the exhibit was by artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg: … “Probably Chelsea” consists of 30 sculptures of Manning’s face—all created from one genetic sample from Manning—suspended from the ceiling, as if they were floating in air. I was astounded at how different they all were—it’s hard to believe they were all derived from the same genetic sample, which is one of the problems with AI-focused data analysis that this piece raises.