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UNESCO on Nov. 1 opened its first International Centre For Documentary Heritage (ICDH) worldwide in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do Province, with an opening ceremony.
Today, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is announcing a major new research initiative, Humanities Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence. Under this agency-wide initiative, NEH will support research projects that seek to understand and address the ethical, legal, and societal implications of artificial intelligence (AI). NEH is particularly interested in projects that explore the impacts of AI-related technologies on truth, trust, and democracy; safety and security; and privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties.
New data released by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland today reveals the impact that the cost of living crisis is having on the arts sector, as it struggles to return to pre-covid programming and audience levels.
The Albanese Labor Government has today returned three objects of cultural significance to the Chinese Government in a special ceremony at the Chinese Embassy in Canberra.
Wales’ artists working with people experiencing mental health problems can access free creative reflective practice sessions to support their own wellbeing as part of a new phase of support from Wales Arts Health and Wellbeing Network’s ‘How Ya Doing?’ programme, funded by the Baring Foundation.
Reports Examine Findings from Two National Surveys