Connecting the Dots is a science and art exhibition revolving around the world of artificial intelligence.
Marvel at generative art, make music together with a neural network
or view yourself from a new angle with the uncanny mirror – the
exhibition is sure to offer both inspiring experiences and insight for
everyone. It showcases AI-related research and arts made in Aalto in a
way that’s easy to approach, yet gives you food for thought. Visitors of
all ages are welcome to try out demos, tools and view artistic
installations, and learn more about artificial intelligence.
The exhibition, co-organized by the Finnish Centre for Artificial Intelligence (FCAI) and Aalto Digi Platform, is on display in the Dipoli exhibition area until 15 January 2020.
Plan your visit
If you’re planning to visit with a large group, please contact exhibition coordinator Saara Halmetoja beforehand, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The exhibition is open during Dipoli opening hours (Mon-Thu 7:45-20:00, Fri 7:45-18:00, Sat 10:30-15:00).
Browse the exhibition catalogue below!
For a full experience, we recommend you to come visit us!
Mikko Kurimo, Anja Virkkunen, MeMAD project Try placing hands over your ears when following a conversation. The speech of othersRead more.
Murtaza Hazara (Ville Kyrki)Video by Sushant Passi How does a robot learn to play the ball-in-a-cup game? It starts withRead more.
Do it like the BOSS!
Jari Järvi, Milica Todorović and Patrick Rinke Many scientists are searching for novel materials with optimal properties to build betterRead more.
Eero Hyvönen & Semantic Computing group BiographySampo demonstrates intelligent semantic web technology and national ontology infrastructure. The system is basedRead more.
Jonathan Strahl & Etsimo Etsimo is a search engine that helps users explore results beyond their initial search. Type inRead more.
Andrzej Pisarek & Jaakko Lehtinen Design: M Wingren StyleGAN model by T. Karras, S. Laine & T. Aila What makesRead more.
Samir Bhowmik and Jukka Hautamäki PANIC BREEDER is an installation consisting of a GAN-hallucinated video and Machina Baltica (the BeautifulRead more.
Sami Markkula & Robin Godwyll (BURG Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, Germany) Using machine learning we generate 2DRead more.