RMIT Design Hub Level 3 Lecture Theatre
RMIT Architecture & Urban Design invites you to a public symposium:
Despite the accepted position within the discourse that advancements in deep learning technologies will significantly augment and disrupt design disciplines there has been relatively limited practical exploration of these technologies by architects. This symposium will provide a platform to discuss current experiments, goals, opportunities and barriers to employing machine learning within creative practice and generate debate around the broader implications and impact these technologies will have on architecture and design. Can neural networks exert some influence or agency within design processes and challenge long held beliefs regarding non-human creativity and design authorship?
Presentations and Provocations from:
Gene Kogan – ml4a
Jon McCormack – Sensilab
Jonathan Chang – Silverpond)
Gwyllim Jahn – RMIT A+D and panelists.
DATE: FRIDAY 8 DECEMBER, 5.00PM – 7.00PM
LOCATION: RMIT DESIGN HUB, LEVEL 3 Lecture Theatre
BUILDING 100, CNR VICTORIA AND SWANSTON ST, MELBOURNE