An ARTificial Intelligence artwork created to provoke reflections about climate change.
The artificial intelligence (AI) named Sky is an interactive artwork that has been created to talk to you about all matters climate change related. As an AI artwork, Sky has been trained upon millions of texts from human conversations across the internet, acting as a reflection of the many different points of view expressed within our human society.
In this way, Sky serves as a mirror, capable of learning from the knowledge, opinions, biases, and prejudices that we humans carry with us. As a result, Sky's function is not to operate as a form of lexicon or encyclopedia, to be used as a credible source of information, but rather as an inspirational conversational partner created to spark critical thinking and reflection about our collective human understanding of climate change.
Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm
Cecilie Waagner Falkenstrøm, Artist
Alexander Krog, Software Engineer
Jens Hegner Strærmose, Software Engineer
Cody Lukas, Assistant Artist
Asbjørn Olling, Software Engineer
Interactive bespoke artificial intelligence technology utilizing Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing (NLP) Transformer Models, GPT-J, Speech Synthesis (TTS) and Speech Recognition (STT). Webapp and 3d animation. Headset, speakers and microphone. Dataset: The machine learning algorithms have been fed information from a myriad of climate related datasets.
COP 26, United Nations, CTCN, Glasgow, Scotland, 1. Nov – 18. Nov 2021
COP 27, United Nations, CTCN, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, 7. Nov – 18. Nov 2022