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During this special DDW event we welcome Dries Depoorter (BE), L☻dy Aeckerlin and Patrik Hübner (DE) on stage. They will delve into a topic at the intersection of design and digital technology. This time with a bold statement: Tech is Taking Over. The development of AI is happening rapidly. And although we now know that AI will not take over our jobs for the time being, there is plenty to discuss about the impact of new technology on, among other things, the design profession.
The three top speakers will take us through the development of technology and its impact on the design profession. How will tech and people work together? And are there developments that we should be concerned about?
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Belgian artist Dries Depoorter, based in Ghent, combines technology and art to create pieces that highlight modern concerns like privacy, artificial intelligence, surveillance, and social media. With a strong background in electronics, Dries has become a notable figure in the digital art world. His diverse portfolio includes innovative apps, interactive installations, websites, and games.
In his recent project, “The Follower,” Dries Depoorter employs open cameras and AI to unveil videos showing how Instagram photos were captured. A standout project of his, “Die With Me,” is a unique chat app that’s only accessible when a user’s phone battery is below 5%. Another intriguing project, “The Flemish Scrollers,” uses AI to automatically tag Belgian politicians when they use their phones during daily livestreams.
Along with his other works, have gained international attention, solidifying Dries’ position in the global art scene. He has showcased his work at prestigious venues like the Barbican in London, Art Basel, Mutek Festival in Montreal, and Ars Electronica. Additionally, Dries has given talks for organizations such as TEDx, MoMA, and SXSW.
L☻dy Aeckerlin has got a problem: he doesn’t really fit in a box. But if you had to put him into one it would be that of a digital philosopher with a creative consciousness. He likes to share his unique perspective of the world and learn those of others. A passion for our shared future along with the threats and opportunities new technologies and innovations bring us.
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