AI and the Creative Industries with Jessie Hughes
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time
12pm – 1pm Thursday 28th September 2023 Join us for an in-depth discussion about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its effects on the creative industries in 2023. Discover how fresh evolutions with
12pm – 1pm Thursday 28th September 2023
Join us for an in-depth discussion about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its effects on the creative industries in 2023. Discover how fresh evolutions with AI are intersecting storytelling, production, prototyping and artistic processes, as well as how to leverage this technology within your own workflow. This session provides a balanced exploration of AI’s impact on the industry in 2023, while including live demonstrations of generative AI processes.
- Overview of current industry impacts
- Practical examples of positive and negative use-cases
- Machine Learning and AI in our everyday lives
- Generative AI live demonstration
Flying arts recommends having note taking materials on hand. Any resources will be shared online prior to the workshop. Please bring questions that you may have for Jessie.
This online session will be held via ClickMeeting a webinar broadcasting room. The webinar will be recorded and uploaded to Flying Arts’ YouTube after the program concludes.
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About your facilitator: Jessie Hughes is an internationally-recognised Australian new media artist, technologist and screenwriter, her works having exhibited most notably at Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, Cannes and the Tate Modern. Hughes has been named one of Australia’s Future Changers for her commitment to using digital innovation for positive social impact, and was awarded Australia’s prestigious 2020 Sir John Monash Scholarship. Hughes has designed and implemented solutions for tech-giants such as Oculus, Facebook, and Adobe, and has been featured in over 120+ media articles across radio, newspaper and TV. She is an American Australian Association Arts Scholar, Winston Churchill Fellow, Lord Mayor’s Young and Emerging Artist Fellow and a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador. Professionally, Jessie works as a Creative Technologist, toying at the intersection of design, technology, art, research and strategy for social innovation.