> AI4FUTURE is an international network of urban labs where artists and young activists cooperate to create awareness through the use of Artificial Intelligence to serve the community

PARTNERS

Sineglossa
Ancona/Bologna (ITA)

Espronceda/Lemongrass
Barcelona (ESP)

V2_ Lab for the Unstable Media
Rotterdam (NL)

MEET Digital Culture Center
Milan (ITA)

Associate Partner
Sardegna Teatro
Cagliari (ITA)

GENERAL AIM

AI4Future is a Creative Europe’s project which involves three different European countries: Italy, Spain and Netherlands. It aims at enhancing the understanding and dissemination of AI related technologies for the active and creative participation of young activists to the European cultural scene, allowing them to work with artists for a joint creation of a new urban community awareness.

> How can we exploit the extraordinary potential of artificial intelligence and data visualization to address social issues through art?

Female android with head and torso skinned

AI4FUTURE aspires to create an international reference network that links artists, young activists, cultural organizations, public administrations and research centers ready to explore how digital creativity can contribute to relevant societal challenges like climate change, faced through the perspective of mobility.

Artist who painting on canvas wearing a AR goggles

The project combines AI, arts and social innovation with the objective of creating AI−based artworks that the local communities can implement to advocate their declension of mobility.

From the physical to the geographical mobility − transports and logistic − to the 4th industrial revolution (mobility technologies like 5G or Bluetooth). From well-being and self-awareness (mobility referred to parts of our body) to social mobility (for instance migration flows) to extreme digital mobility depicted against the background of the immobility caused by the pandemic.

> Young people will participate actively and creatively in workshops in collaboration with artists to co-create a series of works and installations, using artificial intelligence and date visualization to raise public awareness.