Reinforced Learning

Grote Kerk
Oude Markt 32, 7511 GB Enschede
7-10 sept

Reinforced Learning (from Human Feedback) is a video installation that humorously and critically challenges future scenarios of robotisation and AI. It features a collection of "fail videos" in which humans are replaced by robots and humanoids, showcasing their irrational and inefficient actions. The aim is to depict a strange future where robots mimic our illogical behaviour, despite their widespread presence in society as helpful companions. Thus, it becomes the perfect visual form to criticise and undermine these future scenarios. Or, to put it in terms of big data: to add more garbage to the data or: drugging robots to make them more ‘human’?

This project was made inhouse at PLANETART as part of the Cross-Tic project.

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Jeroen van Loon

Jeroen van Loon (1985) is a Dutch artist researching and visualizing current digital culture through the lens of ephemerality and permanence. He received a bachelor in Digital Media Design and a European Media Master of Arts from the HKU University of the Arts. He lives and works in Utrecht, NL