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In the Loop
Panel Discussion

Improvisation, Race, and Artificial Intelligence

  • Date & Time
    • Thursday, March 25, 2021 2:00pm to 3:30pm
  • Cost
    • Free
  • Description

    How do improvisation, race, and artificial intelligence intersect with one another? Could the concept of improvisation, broadly considered, help center COTA in an AI university, as well as advance the college’s pursuit of equity and transformation?

    Join seven College of the Arts faculty as they investigate the nexus of improvisation, race, and AI, and their evolving influence on art and creative practice. The discussion will feature perspectives from each of the COTA disciplines.

    Rich Pellegrin, Moderator (Music)
    Dionne Champion (Arts in Medicine)
    Imani Mosley (Music)
    Dean Onye Ozuzu (Dance)
    Marcus Santoso (Digital Worlds)
    Jack Stenner (Art and Art History)
    Ryan Hope Travis (Theatre)

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