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RISD Debates in AI: Taeyoon Choi RISD Debates in AI

    • Arts

Taeyoon Choi spoke on the final panel of the RISD Debates in AI symposium, Poetics of Computation. Taeyoon is an interdisciplinary artist who intertwines science, technology and human interaction through programming, drawing and writing. His work, including collaborations with artists like Christine Sun Kim and organizing the Code Ecologies conference with Nabil Hassein and Sonia Boller, highlights the environmental and societal impacts of technology. His contributions have been showcased globally, from the New Museum to the Shanghai Biennale, and supported by the Open Society and Knight Foundations. Choi, a co-founder of the School for Poetic Computation, has significantly influenced alternative education and technology discourse. His projects promote a more inclusive and caring digital world, underpinned by his roles in prestigious residencies and educational initiatives.
To watch talks from the two-day symposium, head over to AI-Debates.risd.edu. You can also listen to each of them wherever you find your podcasts. Support for the event was from the Divisions of Liberal Arts, Experimental and Foundation Studies, and Architecture & Design, as well as the Fleet Library and the Center for Arts and Language. Thank you to our largest contributor, the Center for Complexity and the RISD 2050 Fund for kicking off this important conversation.

Audio produced by Andrew Grant and Marisa Mazria Katz
Music: "Imagery" and "Last Night" by Xylo-Ziko

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Taeyoon Choi spoke on the final panel of the RISD Debates in AI symposium, Poetics of Computation. Taeyoon is an interdisciplinary artist who intertwines science, technology and human interaction through programming, drawing and writing. His work, including collaborations with artists like Christine Sun Kim and organizing the Code Ecologies conference with Nabil Hassein and Sonia Boller, highlights the environmental and societal impacts of technology. His contributions have been showcased globally, from the New Museum to the Shanghai Biennale, and supported by the Open Society and Knight Foundations. Choi, a co-founder of the School for Poetic Computation, has significantly influenced alternative education and technology discourse. His projects promote a more inclusive and caring digital world, underpinned by his roles in prestigious residencies and educational initiatives.
To watch talks from the two-day symposium, head over to AI-Debates.risd.edu. You can also listen to each of them wherever you find your podcasts. Support for the event was from the Divisions of Liberal Arts, Experimental and Foundation Studies, and Architecture & Design, as well as the Fleet Library and the Center for Arts and Language. Thank you to our largest contributor, the Center for Complexity and the RISD 2050 Fund for kicking off this important conversation.

Audio produced by Andrew Grant and Marisa Mazria Katz
Music: "Imagery" and "Last Night" by Xylo-Ziko

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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