What will happen in art and architecture, engineering and entertainment, as artificial creativity competes with us, complements us, and surpasses us?
We know artificial intelligence is poised to take away monotonous, predictable tasks. But what about the creative, inventive work we cherish? Algorithms are able to write jokes, compose music, design fashions, optimize structures, and even tell stories on par with humans in many fields – and are outlearning us at a rapid rate. What will happen in art and architecture, engineering and entertainment, as artificial creativity competes with us, complements us, and surpasses us? You will learn a framework for understanding how machines are becoming increasingly creative and how they will continue to do so. You will get hands-on experience interacting with machine tools for making jokes, music, art, engineering, generative design, and more.
Date: 20th of September 2018
Time: 13:00 – 16:00
Price: 300 DKK (ex. Moms)
For sign up, please write Kia at firstname.lastname@example.org
- NB: We have limited seats for this event – first come first take.
Mark researches science-based technologies, aka Deep Tech, ranging from synthetic biology to quantum computing, to help companies develop and deploy them. Over 20 years and across 40 countries, he has worked as a management consultant, technology analyst, lab researcher, and entrepreneur at Accenture, Forrester Research, UCSF, Lux Research, and several startups. He has served as chairman of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce and guest lectures at the University of California Berkeley. Mark brings together his background covering artificial intelligence and works with clients in artistic, engineering, and innovative industries. He curates and co-develops AI-based systems for creating humor, visual and musical arts, and human-machine co-innovation.