Sunday, March 19
1:00 – 3:00 PM
Digital Scholarship Lab classroom, MSU Library 2nd floor
Was your social media full of Lensa AI portraits a few months ago? Artificial intelligence initially arose to automate mundane tasks and computations, but lately it’s been making waves in creative spheres. This brings up questions about intellectual property, ethical use of technology, bias in algorithms, and the nature of creativity itself. The MSU Museum CoLab Studio invites you to join us as we explore text-to-image generative AI, learning how to use the algorithms and grappling with the future implications of this technology. This hands-on workshop will be led by Mark Sullivan, a practicing photographer, composer, and the creative director of the MSU Museum CoLab Studio.
If possible, please bring your own laptop or tablet.
This program is in conjunction with the Prompt Response: Exploring Generative AI exhibition and programs at the MSU Museum and across campus. Read More Here