Do not miss
Sign up to get our updates
DI Webinar – TUDelft
Learning, Teaching and Researching through AI: The TUDelft method
The Technical University of Delft is currently developing an innovative teaching, learning, and research program for designers to engage with Artificial Intelligence (AI). The program aims to equip designers with the skills and knowledge necessary to design and create products and services that integrate AI in a meaningful and responsible way. The program will focus on the development of interdisciplinary teams, where designers work alongside computer scientists, engineers, and other experts to explore the potential of AI in design. The program will also include a strong emphasis on ethics and responsible AI design, ensuring that the implications and consequences of AI in design are fully understood and considered. Through this program, the Technical University of Delft hopes to foster a new generation of designers who can not only create innovative products and services, but also shape the future of AI in a responsible and ethical way.
Elisa Giaccardi is Professor of Post-industrial Design at Delft University of Technology. Her work focuses on the challenges that a persistent digital transformation of society means for the field of design. From this perspective, she has contributed significantly over the last two decades to the development of post-industrial and post-humanist approaches in design and HCI. She is currently leading the European research network and PhD program DCODE.
Alessandro Bozzon is Professor of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence with the Knowledge and Intelligence Design (KInD) section, Department of Sustainable Design Engineering (SDE) of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (IDE) at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). His research lies at the intersection of human-computer interaction, human computation, user modelling, and machine learning.
Marco Rozendaal is Associate Professor of Interaction Design at TU Delft’s Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, where he directs the Expressive Intelligence Lab, at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). With a background in interactive media, design and engineering, his research straddles multiple disciplines and combines practical, critical and methodological perspectives.
Dave Murray-Rust is Associate Professor in Human-Algorithm Interaction Design at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) where he directs the AI Futures Lab. He explores the messy terrain between people, data, algorithms and things through a combination of making and thinking to build better futures for humans and AI.
16.00 – Welcome by John Vines and Chris Speed
16.10 – Talk by Elisa Giaccardi, Alessandro Bozzon, Marco Rozendaal and Dave Murray-Rust
16.40 – Q&A
17.00 – End
Limited seats at Inspace are available, please book tickets in advance.
* Please note that this webinar will be recorded *
Online on Zoom or Inspace