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An international conference on the implications of artificial intelligence on the field of design

Monday, 10 May 2021 13:28

The DesAIgn conference, dedicated to exploring the implications of the use of artificial intelligence in design, is co-organized by the Master's program of the Faculty of Design at the Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) in Israel, and the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art (Institute of interdisciplinary studies of art, design and advanced technologies - IAT). The online conference will take place on Tuesday, May 25, from 9.30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The conference DesAIgn aims to examine the potential and challenges associated with the assimilation of artificial intelligence platforms into the field of design and the broad theoretical, aesthetic and practical implications that result from this kind of integration. The conference will examine, among other things, the changes that are taking place in the role of the designer and in the concept of creativity in an age in which machines become autonomous. The conference will examine the political and sociological aspects related to the use of artificial intelligence algorithms as well as the overall infrastructures that facilitate working with AI systems. It hosts scholars and designers from France, the Netherlands, Serbia, Great Britain, United States, Australia, Japan, the Czech Republic and Israel.

Confirmed Keynote speakers:

prof. Vladan Joler (Serbia)
Arch. Stanislas Chaillou (France)
Anouk Wipprecht (Netherlands/USA)

The conference will be held in English and is free for all participants. You can find more information on this website or here. The conference program is here.

Registration can be done here.

 

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