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The Minimum Wage Machine by artist Blake Fall-Conroy allows anybody to work for minimum wage: turning the crank will yield one cent two cent every 3.892 seconds, for €9.25 an hour, Ireland’s standard minimum wage for an adult worker. Visit dublin.sciencegallery.com/hnna for more information on all the exhibits of HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY....
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02/23/2017 at 10:49. Facebook
Our mediator Mark has been exploring two of his favourite things - science and football. See his explanation of the Magnus effect here...

The Magnus Effect

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02/22/2017 at 12:51. Facebook
First Up: Creative entrepreneurs on breaking through

A series of lunchtime talks from the creative minds at the forefront of Irish culture, science and the arts.

The unique individuals featured in the First Up series believed in an idea and did everything possible to make that idea work. They invested in their own talent and creativity in order to create a career or lifestyle suited to their...
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In an automated world, will it be time to put humans out to pasture? Are we hurtling together towards a leisure-time utopia or robot-tended human zoos? HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY, the free spring exhibition at Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin, interrogates the supposedly seismic changes that artificial intelligence (AI) is bestowing on society. It's open until 21 May - see more information...
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Next week sees Sinead Burke aka Minnie Mélange take to our First Up stage to talk us through her multi-faceted interests as a writer, blogger, educator, Alternative Miss Ireland emeritus, co-founder of IFDC and PhD candidate. First Up is a collaboration with Trinity Long Room Hub Tickets are free [ Sg.ie Link ]
We're very excited that MAKESHOP will be holding workshops in Belfast for the NI Science Festival!

We'll have a huge range of workshops on offer including DIY robots, electronics and paper circuits. Come visit us from the 16th-26th between 10am and 5pm at the Castlecourt Shopping Centre.

Looking forward to seeing lots of you there!
When is art, not art? What if it’s made by a robot? Is the human perspective a prerequisite for creating human culture, or could our creative industries soon be outsourced to machines? The cultural applications of artificial intelligence are exploding in sophistication, with paintings, poetry, music and even cinema being created via machine learning. Are we entering an ‘AI renaissance’, where...
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VR pioneer, NASA-collaborator, artist, scientist and educator Jacqueline Ford Marie speaks about the future of identity in The Ultimate Selfie on Monday at 1pm. Free tickets at [ Sg.ie Link ]

Jacquelyn Ford Morie on The Ultimate Selfie

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Go behind the scenes of our new exhibition HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY with the artists, curators and designers of the show and find out how we brought the automated future to life in Science Gallery Dublin. Our panel of experts will discuss the exhibits, the design of the gallery space and their inspirational take on the implications of artificial intelligence in society and culture.
Our next First Up takes place on February 21st with Sinead Burke aka Minnie Mélange - writer, blogger, educator, Alternative Miss Ireland 2012, co-founder of IFDC and PhD candidate. She'll be giving us her insight on how she has realised her ideas and ambitions to date. First Up is a collaboration with Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute [ Sg.ie Link ]
First Up: Creative entrepreneurs on breaking through A series of lunchtime talks from the creative minds at the forefront of Irish culture, science and the arts. Cathal has become known for DIYbio and democratised biotechnology, and has spoken around Europe on the subject including at PICNIC Amsterdam 2012 and TEDx Dublin. He has been interviewed by MIT Technology Review, the New York Times,...
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Do HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY when farming is being automated? [ Ozy.com Link ]
HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY launches this Thursday. Join us for our launch party from 6-8pm and be one of the first to see the new exhibition. Free tickets at [ Sg.ie Link ]
BYTE-SIZE TALKS: HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY takes place next Friday, February 10th at 1pm and features the artists, curators and designers of the show. Find out more about the exhibition, including where the ideas for parasitic and antisocial robots came from. Tickets are free at [ Sg.ie Link ]
Our pals over at MakeShop have been busy creating ways for you to make things at home. Find their easy to follow steps to making your own Brushbot on Instructables. Watch out for more tutorials to come!

LET'S MAKE A BRUSHBOT

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HUMAND NEED NOT APPLY opens next Thursday - join us for the launch party and suss out if machine learning, AI and automation are really going to change creativity and work. Tickets are free at [ Sg.ie Link ]
Artist, hacker and creative technologist Ross Goodwin and HUMANS NEED NOT APPLY curator William Myers debate whether robots can create art on Friday, February 10th at 18:00. We’ll kick off with SUNSPRING, the world’s first sci-fi short written by an algorithm. Tickets are free at [ Sg.ie Link ]
What’s the difference between noise and music anyway? Calling all musicians, makers, computer engineers, and artisans to explore the technologies changing how we hear, experience and make music. Our latest open call for summer show SOUND CHECK is open. Deadline February 20th.

Open Call Details | Science Gallery

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Remember Stefanie Posavec? She's the artist behind the data visualisation of the diary of Guantanamo-detained prisoner 068, Mohammad al-Qahtani, created for the gallery as part of TRAUMA. She's now released her year-long, analogue data drawing project with Giorgia Lupi called Dear Data, online.

THE PROJECT

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