NewImages Festival and Cannes XR launch ‘Alexandria”, a futuristic Virtual World to showcase the best of international VR creation!NewImages Festival and Cannes XR have created a common Metaverse to democratize Immersive Creation internationally.Partners since 2021, NewImages Festival and Cannes XR are taking another step forward in their collaboration with the launch of a shared metaverse! … Continue reading NewImages and Cannes XR launch the metaverse Alexandria
One of the most fascinating and intriguing VR experiences, They Dream in My Bones – Insemnopedy II, that mixes the power of shapes and a poetic storytelling imagining a futuristic possible science. We talked with artist and creator Faye Formisano about her inspirations drawn from expressionist artist Jean Epstein, Orlando by Virginia Woolf, Mary Shelley’s … Continue reading They Dream in My Bones – Insemnopedy II
Perpetuum mobile of the past and the future seems to form the present in which the thought of thoughts is formed. Hidden meanings in the past that are often keys that unlooked the doors of the future.And a lot questions take us through worlds from which we want to imagine the probable and improbable answer … Continue reading Debating AI, Questioning Humanity. “Westworld is here”?
Technology. Artificial Intelligence. Science. Futurism. Cosmos.Here are the best movies and XR experiences we saw at Sundance Festival 2022 on these topics. New visions about the possible future surfaced such as living together with AIs as our company and friends, DIY-robot, that turns out to be an AI-as-a-SpoiledKid with classy British humor; fantastic dancing creatures … Continue reading Techish – Futuristic Films / Sundance 2022
20th Year of Science-In-Film Initiative Celebrated, Feature Film Prize Goes to After Yang The Sundance Film Festival has announced the artist grant recipients for the Sundance Institute Science-in-Film initiative at the twentieth annual Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Feature Film Prize Reception. The previously announced 2022 Feature Film Prize winner (Kogonada, After Yang) was honored. The … Continue reading Science-in-Film: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Prize / Sundance 2022
From Ancient Religious rituals that washed away the Sin and Medici schemes of ‘Selling Forgiveness’, to Contemporary practice of Business unethical behavior (such as greenwashing), washing seems to be an universal remedy. And when washing is coupled with greed and coins, the results obtained were in favour of the Few at the expense of the … Continue reading X-Washing Syndrome. Fake-Changers Schemes
Dreaming about Immortality has a long history, almost as long as the failed quests to achieve it. And during all these years and years, the solutions for achieving immortality can fall in several categories.The first is to take some kind of “magic pill” – be it the fountain of youth, the elixir of life, the … Continue reading The Formula of Immortality
Do you think we are an advanced civilisation? Think again! Because science say….There is still a long-way to go! Let’s take the courage to face ourselves and where our Levels are – truly and scientifically measured. Next, we think about what we can do – as creatives, and not only – to push our boundaries. … Continue reading From Dummies to… Type I Civilisation
Can artists fool AI? Well, it might be possible. Previously, we discussed why Comedy Bits Beat AI. Here we analyze the recruitment situation where creatives and artists might help individuals to land a job. So, a new job in the future might be: AI-Tricker. AI in Recruitment We all know that algorithms and AI will … Continue reading Future Jobs for Artists: AI-Tricker
At the beginning of April, TechvangArt announced with enthusiasm the third series of MIT CAST symposia that bring together artists, scientists, engineers, and humanists from a variety of disciplines to address topics of common concern in areas of rapidly evolving research and urgent social relevance.It was enchanting to see so many participants from the scientific … Continue reading Thinkable Thoughts about the Future of AI
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