Simone RebaudengoTuesday, 7th Jun 2016
We are building a future of things that observe us and the environment, that learn and are trained to take decisions. Some of us are scared about it, some are just waiting for their life to become fully automated. Some of us believe that everything will be connected, efficient and beautiful and things will just work. But reality might be different.
We will look into a weird, awkward, and potentially ironic future where objects know partial, wrong or even biased information about us, where things will fail to perform, and where maybe efficiency will not be the only value.
In this talk Simone Rebaudengo will present some the work of automato.farm to open a discussion around some assumptions we have about these new smart, robotic, automated stuff that will be living with us in our homes and cities.
Simone is a senior interaction designer based in Shanghai working as an independent consultant and speculating about futures at automato.farm.
When: Tue, June 7th – 5.00-6.00pm
Where: CIID Toldbodgade 37b Copenhagen, 1253 – Ground floor
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