Interior Designers and the Future of Humankind


Fears of a jobless society are not new. Automation has already replaced the human body in various industries. As cognitive computing evolves to replace the human mind, Interior Designers hold the responsibility of designing environments that nurture the last competitive advantages of humans over machines; and with that, they hold the future of humankind.

 
DateWednesday, January 25, 2017 - 6:00pm

Cost

Free

Location

100 McCaul St, Main Auditorium Room 190

Interior Designers and the Future of Humankind

*Open to the public

Dr. Agustin Chevez

Senior Researcher at HASSELL and Adjunct Research Fellow at the Centre For Design Innovation, Swinburne University in Australia.

 

“Advancing machine intelligence is the most important problem facing the world today”.
Robert Schiller

 

Fears of a jobless society are not new. Automation has already replaced the human body in various industries. As cognitive computing evolves to replace the human mind, Interior Designers hold the responsibility of designing environments that nurture the last competitive advantages of humans over machines; and with that, they hold the future of humankind.



agustin chevez
DateWednesday, January 25, 2017 - 6:00pm

Cost

Free

Website Location

100 McCaul St, Main Auditorium Room 190

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Mediabank Place by HASSELL
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - 6:00pm

Interior Designers and the Future of Humankind

*Open to the public

Dr. Agustin Chevez

Senior Researcher at HASSELL and Adjunct Research Fellow at the Centre For Design Innovation, Swinburne University in Australia.

 

“Advancing machine intelligence is the most important problem facing the world today”.
Robert Schiller

 

Fears of a jobless society are not new. Automation has already replaced the human body in various industries. As cognitive computing evolves to replace the human mind, Interior Designers hold the responsibility of designing environments that nurture the last competitive advantages of humans over machines; and with that, they hold the future of humankind.

Venue & Address: 
100 McCaul St, Main Auditorium Room 190
Cost: 
Free
agustin chevez
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