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09/03/21

MyHeritage Deep Nostalgia™, deep learning technology to animate the faces in still family photos - MyHeritage

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26/05/20

evaandfrancomattes  Very excited to announce that we just released to public domain the hires image of our sculpture ‘Ceiling...

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17/05/20

Transmediale 2020 End to End Exchange #5  Panel discussion Neural Network Cultures  with Tega Brain, Stephanie Dick, Katharine...

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07/05/20

STEPHANIE SINCLAIR, Plaintiff,  against ZIFF DAVIS, LLC, and MASHABLE, INC.

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10/04/20

Smithsonian Open Access Download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian’s images—right now, without asking. With new...

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09/12/19

To be preoccupied with the aesthetic properties of digital imagery, as are many theorists and critics, is to evade the...

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From Spectacle to Extraction. And All Over Again.

November 2019

I met with Kate Crawford and Trevor Paglen on the press preview of their exhibition Training Humans in Milan at Osservatorio Prada. It was the morning of September 11th –not a neutral day to unthink photography and the power operations of vast populations of images. On the contrary, it was the most apt one to seriously consider Crawford and Paglen’s proposition that "images are no longer spectacle but they are in fact looking back at us, being actors in a process of massive value extraction".

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21/11/19

An introductory presentation about Data / Set / Match, a year-long programme seeking new ways to present, visualise and...

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An Introduction to Image Datasets

November 2019

In 2019 The Photographers' Gallery digital programme launched 'Data / Set / Match', a year-long programme that explores new ways to present, visualise and interrogate contemporary image datasets. This introductory essay presents some key concepts and questions that make the computer vision dataset an object of concern for artists, photographers, thinkers and photographic institutions.

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