Tag: AI media

Computational Narrative Phantasmal Media & Virtual Identity

By KatalinFeherFulbrighter

“My career is a quest to use the computer as a medium to spur the imagination and galvanize people to critically reflect upon society.” Prof. D. Fox Harrell, MIT CSAIL 0.  Computational Narrative Professor Fox Harrell on computational narratives: “Computational narratives take many forms including virtual and augmented reality systems, immersive experiences, videogames, electronic literature,…

Rewiring Media for Trustworthy AI

By KatalinFeherFulbrighter

BetweenBrains: Taking Back our AI Future, a 2020 book, is a comprehensive summary of AI movement, also discussing AI-related media in detail. In chapter six, the authors interpret the AI technology in context of social media, journalism, public dialogue and democracy for responsible thinking and proper AI ethics.  “Trust has been eroding globally for a…

From synthetic media to ethical chatbots

By KatalinFeherFulbrighter

How can humans be redefined with artificial intelligence? Interview with Katalin Feher Ph.D. Fulbright Research Scholar. An excerpt from the interview is below. The full text is available in English at medium.com. The original interview was published in Hungarian by Digital Hungary. /…/ At this point, artificial intelligence (AI) is placed in the picture Exactly. In this case, we are no…

Deepfakes Unmasked

By KatalinFeherFulbrighter

Deepfakes are definitely fascinating technology, and they can be employed for a wide range of entertaining and educational purposes. Despite positive use cases of deepfakes exist, these highly realistic AI-generated fake videos still hold an unprecedented high deceptive potential. Researchers, policymakers and institutions are thus joining forces to develop debunking strategies to counter the spread…

Digital Platform and Artificial Intelligence Futures

By KatalinFeherFulbrighter

By Professor Robin Mansell, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science Central to the development of a digitally enabled world are innovations in technologies variously labelled Artificial Intelligence (AI), predictive algorithms or big data analytics. AI technologies rely on practices extending beyond passive capture of data to include methods of…