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Forelesning

Sean Dockray: Prompting
Sean Dockray: Prompting

Sean Dockray / Machine Learning: Prompting

Sean Dockray is an artist and writer whose work explores the politics of technology, with a particular emphasis on artificial intelligences and the algorithmic web.

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Large Language Models (like GPT-3 and Dall-E 2) algorithmically generate novel text and images from natural language prompts. Once these models are made accessible for public use via web interfaces and Discord chatrooms, they are probed by millions of prompts, exploring the possibility space contained within each model. A cultural game of prompt virtuosity plays out around the model at network speed. This presentation surveys the recent development of LLMs to expand on the prompt and asks what kinds of temporalities are at work in prompt-based systems.

Bio:
Sean Dockray is an artist and writer whose work explores the politics of technology, with a particular emphasis on artificial intelligences and the algorithmic web. He is a founding director of the Los Angeles non-profit Telic Arts Exchange, and initiator of knowledge-sharing platforms, The Public School and AAAARG.ORG. Sean is a Senior Lecturer in Sculpture & Spatial Practice at the Australian National University in Canberra, currently researching the rise of listening machines.

This talk is a part of the Academy of Fine Art’s public program, full list of events can be found here: https://artacademycalendar.khio.no/