The Digital Age in which we live is morphing the identities of designed artefacts.
Big Data and AI are blurring the traditional boundaries between subject and object, physical and digital, human and machine. The resulting hybrids are often regarded with a combination of suspicion and fear, coupled with a feeling of curiosity and wonder. We ask: what is the merit of these new hybrid artefacts? And what role can designers play in making sense of them?
- Koert van Mensvoort Intro about (NNN Evoluon plans)
- Joao Valente (WUR) about The Farmer Cyborg
- Alessandro Bozzon (TUD)
- Stephan Wensveen (TU/e)
- Cristina Zaga (ONLINE)
- (UT) over Responsible Design of Robotics
- Bart Boluijt (TU/e) about Smart embodied voice assistants
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