Spatial Intelligence: Architecture as a Giant Computer

Saturday  27 April  2019  3:45 PM    Saturday  27 April  2019 6:30 PM
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Join UCLA Architecture and Urban Design for the final event in our 2019 IDEAS Event Series:
SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE: ARCHITECTURE AS A GIANT COMPUTER
How can an environment be intelligent? Through the proliferation of AI/machine learning, augmented reality, sensor systems and robotics, contemporary environments are progressively becoming more intelligent, responsive and dynamic. As a combination of physical and virtual interfaces, these new species of spaces can be envisioned and operated as cyberphysical systems, much like the fulfillment center or a factory floor. Through expert presentations and an engaging panel discussion, this event will speculate on this new technological reality and its effects on contemporary architectural production where inanimate objects come to life through technology.
Speakers:
Hosted by Güvenç Özel, IDEAS Technology Studio with Benjamin Ennemoser and Gabby Shawcross
David Weikersdorfer, Director of Robotics, NVIDIA
Sally Slade, Lead Engineer, Magnopus
Behnaz Farahi, Fellow and Doctoral Researcher, Behnaz Farahi Studio
Moderated by Nurit Katz, Chief Sustainability Officer/Executive Officer of Facilities Management, UCLA

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