For Your Eyes Only: Genesis
- Sun 2718:30-20:00
Technology is all-dominant. But… Could Artificial Intelligence efficiently replicate neurobiology? Can computer algorithms adequately describe a pluripotent stem cell? And even so, how about art? Could art capture an era’s zeitgeist or the blinding passage from chaos to order and existence? FYEO:G drills down to the basics. To the point where mathematics are forced to restrict endless probabilities and infinite statistical chances to the old-plus-new dance of biological patterns and motifs. The most powerful coding of information passage ever, before your eyes:DNA. You can see it but can you comprehend what it says?
(Can you read between the lines?)
Lefkothea-Vasiliki Andreou (GR/GB)
Dr. Lefkothea-Vasiliki Andreou is a neuroscientist, currently working as a teaching fellow in EAP/ESP & Biology at the Department of Biological Applications & Technology and at the School of Fine Arts at the University of Ioannina (UoI), Greece. Her PhD is in Auditory Neuroscience (UCL, UK) and involved psychophysics and brain imaging (MEG). She holds a BSc in Biochemistry and an MSc in Biotechnology. She also has a BA in English Language and Literature. Her publications are in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters and include an array of subjects such as neuroscience, molecular biology, human-computer interaction, history and education.