APT9 Talk: The Hive Mind and Driverless Technology

2.30PM Sun 24 Mar 2019
GOMA | Gallery 3.6 | Free

Comprising a working hive of European honey bees, still images and video, Anne Noble’s project for APT9 celebrates the bee and its significance in our world.

In this edition during World Science Festival Brisbane, Zara Stanhope, Curatorial Manager, Asian and Pacific Art, QAGOMA is joined by Jack Wilson Stone, founder of Bee One Third Honey, and Professor Srini Srinivasan, Professorial Research Fellow, Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland, as they examine how the complex collective intelligence observed in bee communities has influenced progress in the creation of driverless technology.