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Museums+AI Toolkit - Italian Version


A Quick Guide in Italian to Ethics-Proofing
Your Museum AI Projects

Unlocking the Ethical Aspects of AI
for Museums

Are you worried or excited about the impact of AI in the museum world? Do you envision a future where technology and ethics seamlessly intersect, enriching cultural experiences for all? Or is your institution fearful of losing control in such a fast moving world? In both cases our toolkit on "Ethics and AI for Museums" is for you!


 About the Toolkit 

We at InvisibleStudio have been at the forefront of digital innovation for museums since 1995 and we conducted the first experiments with AI in 2003.

The recent explosion in generative AI means that museums have to quickly adapt to the new landscape and understand how to make the most of it ethically. To help museums in doing so we have partnered with two leading institutions, the Goldsmiths University in London and IULM AI Lab in Milan.

Together we produced the Italian version of the renowned Museums+AI toolkit,
 focused on navigating the ethical landscape of AI in museums.
This practical guide brings together case histories from museums, university researchers and private companies to explore the responsible integration of AI technologies in cultural institutions.

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 Why the Toolkit? 

  1. Shape the Future
    Gain insights into the various possibilities of AI to enhance museum interactions, education, and curation while keeping ethical considerations at the forefront.


  2. Ethics Unraveled
    Dive into thought-provoking discussions on the ethical implications of AI applications in the museum domain, written by prominent experts in the field.


  3. Empower Your Organization
    Acquire practical frameworks and guidelines to implement ethical AI projects in your museum, building trust and transparency with your audience

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Toolkit Structure

  1. An overview on Ethics of AI
    By researchers Oonagh Murphy of Goldsmiths University London and Elena Villaespesa of Pratt Institute of New York . 


  2. Italian Case Histories
    We present three case histories related to different application fields of AI: Computer Vision, Chatbots and Generative AI

  3. Hands-on Activities
    The AI Toolkit offers you practical worksheets that allow you and your team to work together to properly plan your AI projects

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 Who should use it? 

  • Museum Curators and Directors 

  • University Researchers 

  • Private Companies developing AI projects for Museums

  • Consultants

Toolkit Partners

InvisibleStudio LTD

A cultural innovation studio based in London and Milan, working with international museums and universities, funded by Giuliano Gaia and Stefania Boiano  


A spin-off by the IULM University of Milan, dedicated to the study and promotion of Artificial Intelligence for business and humanity 

Museums+AI Network

An international project by Goldsmiths University London and Pratt Institute, New York

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