The Punishment

by Filipe
2017

Technologies are now merging at high speed, notably robotics and artificial intelligence. It raises a lot of questions about the man-machine relationship. How automated do we want our world, our body to be? How do we put ethics in robotics? Isn't it time to reinvent the school? Shall we rewrite a new social contract? At the turn of the century, interrogations related to automation are popping up in everyone’s mind. We will have to answer them collectively, if possible.

Update : 27/05/2022
Programming
hIAtus - PUZZLE Thionville (France), 2021
Où va le monde ? - Art Rock Festival Musée d'art et d'histoire de Saint-Brieuc (France), 2021
Biennale Arts Sciences - Experimenta Minatec, Grenoble (France), 2020
Artificial Intelligence, Towards a Humanistic Approach UNESCO Paris (France), 2019
Jusqu'ici tout va bien - Biennale NEMO LE CENTQUATRE-Paris (France), 2019
Le Cube, Centre de Création Numérique Issy-les-Moulineaux (France), 2019
Semaine de la langue française et de la Francophonie Ministère de la Culture, Paris (France), 2019
Humain Demain Quai des Savoirs, Toulouse (France), 2018
Futur en Seine Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris (France), 2017
Online experience
In-situ experience
Screen, Video projector
Suitable for all audiences
from 3 to 4 minute(s)
Without dialogue
Contact for distribution

References

Programming
hIAtus - PUZZLE Thionville (France), 2021
Où va le monde ? - Art Rock Festival Musée d'art et d'histoire de Saint-Brieuc (France), 2021
Biennale Arts Sciences - Experimenta Minatec, Grenoble (France), 2020
Artificial Intelligence, Towards a Humanistic Approach UNESCO Paris (France), 2019
Jusqu'ici tout va bien - Biennale NEMO LE CENTQUATRE-Paris (France), 2019
Le Cube, Centre de Création Numérique Issy-les-Moulineaux (France), 2019
Semaine de la langue française et de la Francophonie Ministère de la Culture, Paris (France), 2019
Humain Demain Quai des Savoirs, Toulouse (France), 2018
Futur en Seine Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris (France), 2017

Technical conditions

Online experience
In-situ experience
Experience
Interactivity
Linear
Duration
From 3 to 4 minute(s)
Audience
Categories
Suitable for all audiences
Minimum age
5 years
Accessibility
Suitable for disabled visitors
Price
Free/fee
Fee applicable
Languages
Original language
Without dialogue
Dubbing
Subtitles
Team
Material
Equipment
Screen ; Video projector
Internet connection
Not required to broadcast the artwork
A workshop may accompagny this artwork.

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The Punishment is an installation in which a robot executes a preventive punishment for its possible future disobedience. A reference to Isaac Asimov’s laws of robotics. 

Technologies are now merging at high speed, notably robotics and artificial intelligence. It raises a lot of questions about the man-machine relationship. Tainted with dark humor, this dystopian anthropomorphization underlines the fears that AI and robotics engenders and reactivates the myth of the creature escaping the control of its creator. How automated do we want our world, our body to be? What physical, moral and legal framework should we use? What consequences for human life? How do we put ethics in robotics? Isn't it time to reinvent the school? Shall we rewrite a new social contract? At the turn of the century, interrogations related to automation are popping up in everyone’s mind. We will have to answer them collectively, if possible.

The Punishment
"I must not hurt humans" (Stokk Studio / Pavillon de Namur, Belgique)
I robot (Filipe Vilas-Boas)
I must not hurt humans (Filipe Vilas-Boas)
Ethics in robotics (Filipe Vilas-Boas)

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