CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING FOR ERIAC MEMBERS
“ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) AND TECHNOLOGY IN ARTS AND CULTURE”
European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC)
NOVEMBER 2, 2023
03.30-05.30 PM CET
Please register here latest by Tuesday 31 October 2023
In the frame of ERIACNET4EU project, financed by the European Commission, ERIAC is offering a training course for ERIAC members titled “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) AND TECHNOLOGY IN ARTS AND CULTURE’’. This training will empower ERIAC members to explore the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and its applications in the realms of culture and the arts.
In an ever-evolving digital landscape, AI has become a force that shapes how we work and interact with technology. Therefore, understanding AI’s potential is crucial. This training aims to:
Targeted Audience: This training is exclusively designed for ERIAC members, whether you are an artist, curator, cultural manager, or innovator. It offers valuable insights and skills to keep you at the forefront of your industry.
Date, Duration and Registration: The training is scheduled for November 2, 2023 and will take place from 03:30 to 05:30 pm CET. It will include interactive sessions, practical demonstrations, and opportunities for Q&A and discussion. The training will be conducted via Zoom. A link will be provided upon registering. To participate, please register via the following link by Tuesday, October 31, 2023: Registration Link
Expected Outcome: By the end of this training, you will have gained a deeper understanding of AI, practical skills in utilizing AI tools, and a heightened awareness of the ethical considerations in its implementation. You will be prepared to embrace AI as a catalyst for creativity, innovation, and the advancement of cultural and artistic endeavors.
Trainers: We are honored to have two distinguished trainers for this session:
Training will be held in English. You may learn more about the training agenda, trainers, and the event objective here.
Don’t miss this opportunity to delve into the world of AI and its potential in arts and culture.