From self-driving cars to hyper-personalized services and targeted political campaigns, machines are transforming the way we experience and interact with the world. How can we ensure a future where machine intelligence is used to augment human capabilities rather than exploit them?
What is it?
This workshop is designed to envision what our next 10 years with AI could look like and its impact on human relationships. Through co-creation and Future Mapping, we will explore the cultural and ethical boundaries of AI and how it might be used to enhance the way we better express, share and communicate with each other.
Who is it for?
Anybody interested in the possibilities of AI! Whether you’re a tech-geek or non-expert in the field, this workshop is designed to be open and inclusive for all types of people, no matter their backgrounds or skills.
How do we do it?
1. Learn about examples of AI in everyday life
2. Identify a challenge/issue that’s keeping you awake at night
3. Speculate how that issue could evolve in 10years time
4. Co-create AI-powered product/service that could address or solve your issue
5. Share your ideas with the rest of the group
6. Network (with your fellow human participants!)
Megumi Koyama, SIX
Megumi is a service designer at Social Innovation Exchange. With Innovation Management training and graphic design background, Megumi is interested in how design and technology can be used to foster civic engagement and empowerment. She has recently graduated from London’s Central Saint Martins MA Innovation Management programme exploring how service design activism can demystify the black box of Big Data.
Joon Sang Baek, Yonsei DESIS Lab
Dr. Joon Sang Baek is an associate professor at the Department of Human Environment and Design at Yonsei University and the director of DESIS lab at Yonsei. His research areas include design for social innovation and sustainability, service design, and nature-inspired design. His current research focuses on understanding and designing for collaborative services.
SIX is a social innovation exchange built on mutual value, relationships, and knowledge. We work globally to facilitate purposeful cross-sector conversations, that challenge and inspire people to use innovation to increase social impact.
Date: Friday, November 2, 2018
Venue: Masil, 1-1 Myeongdong 1(il)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul (https://go-masil.kr/)
As there are only 10 seats available for UIC students, register ASAP at: https://event-us.kr/usfseoul/event/3606
To find out more details about the event see: https://bit.ly/2Argz1j
For more information, please contact the Yonsei Center for Social Innovation, at firstname.lastname@example.org (032-749-3099).
About Social Impact Initiative for Global Creative Talent:
Funded by University for Creative Korea, the Social Impact Initiative for Global Creative Talent (SIIGCT) aims at fostering social innovators by providing diverse curricular and extracurricular programmes within Underwood International College, Yonsei University's Techno-Art Division and Integrated Social Sciences Division.