The Future of Creativity is Artificial

Date TBA

Speakers

Chris Graves

Team One

Ruairi Glynn

Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment University College London

AI has replaced humans in many job functions, from financial reporting to customer service. But those of us in creative industries like to think there’s an art to our jobs that a machine couldn’t possibly replicate. Or could it?
This question prompted Team One to experiment with the creative capabilities of machines. Because filmmaking is such a uniquely creative process, roles in filmmaking were examined to determine what roles a machine could fill. Was it possible to make a film while relying on machines for concept, direction and editing?
Team one discovered that it was, and this experiment marks a jumping off point for a discussion about AI's impact on creativity today and in the future.

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Format: Panel
Event Type: Session
Level: Intermediate