Danielle Zini is a Ph.D. student at BIU studying Science, Technology and Society. Furthermore, she is an artist, researcher, and curator of digital art and culture, and an entrepreneur of the Zero One digital art festival at the Tower of David Museum (2019-2023). Graduated with a Master's in Policy and Theory of the Arts at Bezalel Academy for Arts and Design (2020). She specializes in arts and culture criticism and research related to digital arts. The focus of her research currently revolves around the concept of randomness in a digital, computerized world. By looking at the random component that is used in artificial intelligence and big data art, she illustrates the relationship between man and machine in the age of artificial intelligence.