4 February 2023
21 May 2023
Cyber Valley supports the exhibition at Kunstmuseum Stuttgart with a diverse accompanying program.
In spring 2023, the exhibition “SHIFT. AI and a Future Community” at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart uses artistic means to explore artificial intelligence (AI). Connected to AI are both hopes for and challenges to a new way of living together with technology. The term “SHIFT” underlines the thesis of the exhibition that AI changes the idea of a community in which humans, nature and technology are in a cooperative relationship.
The accompanying program
Cyber Valley brings science and art together in the program accompanying the exhibition. AI researchers will guide visitors through the exhibition and provide insights into AI research in the Stuttgart/Tübingen region in discussion rounds. Workshops and lectures will stimulate curiosity to delve deeper into AI. The program is aimed at different age and target groups, especially interested citizens, teachers and students. Prior knowledge about AI is not necessary.
- “Train the Trainer”: AI in the Classroom - Seminar for Teachers
February 8, 2023, 18:00–19:00 CET, online
Overview of AI teaching materials and the free e-learning course.
To the seminar
“Human and machine”: Workshop for Pupils
Part 1: “Human and machine - Program a Robot”
March 8, 2023, 09:00–12:30 and 13:30–17:00 CET, Stuttgart.
To the workshop part 1, group 1
To the workshop part 1, group 2
Part 2: “Human and machine - together or against each other?”
Pupils learn more about artificial intelligence and reflect at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.
March 9, 2023, 09:00–12:30 CET, Stuttgart
To the workshop part 2, group 1 and 2
„Cyber Tour": Excursion to Stadtmuseum Tübingen
We invite you to visit the exhibition “AI in Tübingen” at the Stadtmuseum Tübingen (City Museum). Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to get an insight into Tübingen’s Cyber Valley locations.
March 10, 2023, 13:00–16:00 CET Tübingen.
To the Excursion
Conversation about ethical issues of AI. Dialogue tour
Dr. Eva-Marina Froitzheim, curator of the exhibition, and Prof. Ulrike von Luxburg, Professor of Machine Learning Theory at the University of Tübingen, will explain artistic and scientific perspectives on the concept of artificial intelligence.
March 31, 2023, 18:00–19:00 CET, Stuttgart.
To the tour
Conversation about robotics und human-machine interaction. Dialogue tour
Dr. Eva-Marina Froitzheim, curator of the exhibition, and Prof. Katherine J. Kuchenbecker, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart will guide visitors in English through the exhibition.
April 21, 2023, 18:00–19:00 CET, Stuttgart.
To the tour
Lecture: “Who determines what AI is allowed to do?”
May 16, 2023, 10:00–11:30 CET, online
To the lecture
The dates and registration options for the other program points will be announced in due course.