We’re happy to announce that Tiltfactor is the proud recipient of an Arts Integration Initiative Grant from the Hopkins Center for the Arts to sponsor our student and faculty-led work. Our ongoing project is focused on using feminist AI to explore gender bias in art and create new works from female artists.
The Arts Integration Initiative “is part of the Hop’s Arts at the Core Initiative which aims to enrich disparate areas of study through the arts and to support an arts-infused network of students, faculty and artists.”
Our feminist AI project is led by the Glitch Lab team at Tiltfactor, which is comprised of computer science students, artists, and AI visionaries who are committed to using art to visualize gender bias in data sets. We can’t wait to continue our work with training our AI Grace this term this coming winter and encourage all interested students to reach out to Tiltfactor if they’d like to learn more about ways to get involved with the Glitch Lab. Stay tuned for our student spotlights as they share what they do in the lab!
You can read our recent feature by Dartmouth News here: New Arts Initiative Funding Nine Inaugural Projects.