Artificial intelligence, as a set of cultural techniques, is facilitating profound institutional and epistemic transformations that are still only partly understood.
This year's Margaret Dalziel Lecture uses the emerging subfield of "Critical AI" as a frame for thinking through literary and artistic engagements with machine learning, particularly in the domain of natural language generation, that both reflect and respond to our new sociotechnical condition.
About Rita Raley
Rita Raley is Professor of English at UC Santa Barbara.
Her work is situated at the intersection of digital media and humanist inquiry, with a particular emphasis on language, literature, politics, and art practices.
She has taught at the University of Minnesota, Rice University, and NYU, and she has held fellowship appointments at the National Humanities Center in the U.S., UCLA, the Dutch Foundation for Literature, and the University of Bergen.
|Date||Friday, 14 October 2022|
|Time||4:00pm - 5:30pm|
|Audience||Public,Undergraduate students,Postgraduate students,Staff,Alumni|
Online and in-person
|Department||English and Linguistics|
|Location||RMOOT (Moot Court, 10th Floor Richardson Building), and via Zoom, Dunedin|
|Contact Name||David Ciccoricco|