Stephanie Dinkins

Named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in AI (2023) and inaugural recipient of the LG-Guggenhiem Award (2023) for artists working at the intersection of art and technology, Stephanie Dinkins is a transmedia artist who creates experiences that spark dialog about race, gender, aging, and our future histories. Her work in AI and other mediums uses emerging technologies and social collaboration to work toward technological ecosystems based on care and social equity. She exhibits and publicly advocates for inclusive AI internationally. at a broad spectrum of community, private, and institutional venues. Dinkins is the Kusama Endowed Chair in Art at Stony Brook University and a Schmitt Futures AI2050 Senior Fellow.

Wired, The New York Times, ArtIn America, Artsy, Art21, Hyperallergic, the BBC, The Nod Podcast,, and many popular podcasts and online publications have highlighted Dinkins' art and ideas.

Previous fellowships and support include the United States Artist Fellowship, Knight Arts & Tech Fellowship, Sundance Artist of Practice Fellowship, Lucas Artists Fellowship in Visual Arts at Montalvo Art Center, the Soros Equality Fellowship, Data and Society Research Institute Fellowship and awards from the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Creative Capital, Eyebeam, Pioneer Works Tech Lab, NEW INC, Blue Mountain Center, The Laundromat Project, Santa Fe Art Institute and Art/Omi.