• 10.02.17-21.05.17
  • SCIENCE GALLERY DUBLIN
  • EXHIBITION
  • TUE–FRI 12:00–20:00
  • SAT–SUN 12:00–18:00
  • CLOSED MONDAYS

In an automated world, will it be time to put humans out to pasture? Are we hurtling together towards a leisure-time utopia or robot-tended human zoos? Will the notion of work transform completely if machines really can do everything better, faster and for longer?

Exhibits

Tickle Salon

Driessens & Verstappen (NL)

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HUMANS NEED NOT TO COUNT

Varvara & Mar Canet (EE & ES)

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Minimum Wage Machine

Blake Fall-Conroy (US)

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5000times

Isabel Mager (DE)

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DoppelGänger

ForReal Team (IL)

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Pinokio

Adam Ben-Dror and Shanshan Zhou (ZA & NZ, CN & NZ)

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Frankie the Documentarian Robot

Maayan Sheleff, Eran Hadas and Gal Eshel (IL)

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The Next Rembrandt

J. Walter Thompson Amsterdam (NL)

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Portrait of a Man

Pan Fubin (CN)

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Meeting on Gauguin’s Beach

Harold Cohen (GB), and AARON

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Hoopla: Computer-Generated, Human-Produced Embroidery

Gillian Smith (US)

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Google's Eyes

Merijn Bolink (NL)

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word.camera

Ross Goodwin (US)

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Pedro Lopes in collaboration with Robert Kovacs, Alexandra Ion, David Lindlbauer and Patrick Baudisch (PT, RS, AT, DE)

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The Great Disengagement

David Lovejoy & Ted Meyer (US)

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Lady Chatterley’s Tinderbot

Libby Heaney (GB)

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The Mindfulness Machine

Seb Lee-Delisle (GB)

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Antisocial Swarm Robots

Anna Dumitriu and Alex May (GB)

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memememe

Radamés Ajna & Thiago Hersan (BR)

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Pet Robots: Cozmo and Roomba

Anki (US) and iRobot (US)

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Self Typing Machines

Lorraine Oades with Martin Peach (CA)

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Stony 1.0

Itamar Shimshony (IL)

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“The automation of factories has already decimated jobs in traditional manufacturing, and the rise of artificial intelligence is likely to extend this job destruction deep into the middle classes, with only the most caring, creative or supervisory roles remaining.” — STEPHEN HAWKING, THE GUARDIAN, 2016   /   “Substitution of machinery for human labour… may render the population redundant.” — DAVID RICARDO, ON THE PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL ECONOMY AND TAXATION, 1821