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Love/Hate/Ethics in the Age of AI – Lecture by Laura S. Scherling, Ed.D.

28.06.2024 | 18:00 - 20:00

Online Lecture by Laura Scherling, Ed.D.

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After years of deliberation there has been a great surge of
AI products. Whether you love them or hate them, these products are now rapidly transforming our existing practices as designers, technologists, and educators. This talk considers AI through a number of ethical lenses, use cases, and speculative examples.

Laura Scherling is a designer, researcher, and educator. She is a
director and lecturer at Columbia University where she teaches courses in ethics of media, design, and technology and data visualization. She is the co-editor of Ethics in Design and Communication: New Critical Perspectives (Bloomsbury Academic UK) and the new open access book Digital Transformation in Design: Processes and Practices (transcript). Her forthcoming books include Product Design, Technology, and Social Change (Intellect, 2024) and the Future of Hacking (Rowman & Littlefield, 2025). Scherling is also the co-founder of GreenspaceNYC, a non-profit sustainability and design collective. Her work has been published by Brookings Metro, Design Observer, Design and Culture, Spark Journal, Interiors: Design/Architecture/Culture, and The Urban Activist. Scherling completed her doctorate at Columbia University Teachers College where she studied art, design, and digital transformation. Her talk for metaLAB (at) Berlin will focus on the ethics of AI.

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28.06.2024 | 18:00 - 20:00

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