An events programme accompanying the MENA premiere of Naho Matsuda’s EVERY THING EVERY TIME
As the GROW Observatory project comes to an end, we reflect on one of our most interesting pieces of work in the project.
The Arts & Culture Experience is coming back at Mozilla Festival 21-27 October
In a world of absolute recollection and listening devices, who controls which voices are heard and which stay silent?
We're excited to announce Naho Matsuda's data poetry artwork, EVERY THING EVERY TIME, will be part of Qatar British Festival 2019
Part Two: Algae, Artificial Intelligence & Make Believe
Leading digital industry consultant Naomi will act as Interim Chair for the next year, replacing Vikas Shah MBE, who has been Chair since May, 2015.
Exploring bias, inequality and accountability in the development of AI.
We're pleased to announce our Alternate Futures 2019 Bursary, offering five individuals a free ticket to Alternate Futures, 18 July.
Discussing bias and oppression embodied in technology today
Social Chain, Sacha Lord and Wayne Hemingway are among the first speakers to be confirmed for this new tech and creativity summit in Manchester
Meet Anna Ridler, an artist and researcher working with data sets to create new and unusual narratives. Anna joins us for Future Sessions - The Air of Turbulence, Mon 8 July