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Creativity and AI

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Sunday 30 June

15.00-16.00

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Lecture Theatre 

V&A

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Speakers: Natalie Kane, Peter Childs, Yusuf Mohammad

With the latest advances in AI and machine learning, are we no longer the sole source of creative thought in the world? Should we be afraid of AI or embrace it as part of the creative toolbox?

In this discussion designers and engineers come together to discuss their approaches to creativity in their workplace, and how they might be affected by advances in the world of artificial intelligence. From people inclusive, user-focused design to art created with AI, they will explore the possibilities and limitation of new technology and what it can tell us about our own inbuilt flair for creative thought.

This is part of our ‘Ideas Exchange’ talks series. Take a look at the other talks in this series.


This event is free but booking is available to guarantee a place. 
Please arrive ten minutes before the event begins. If you arrive after the event has started, your ticket will be reallocated.
Limited tickets will be available on the day, but we recommend pre-booking to guarantee a place.

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