Mon. September 16, 2019
For decades, artificial intelligence has held a prominent position in our collective imagination, powering future visions ranging from transhumanist utopia to dystopian depictions of a world run by machines. As such, exploring, critiquing, and understanding the ethical implications of AI within a museum context is becoming a pressing need.  In an evening co-hosted by The Interaction Lab at Cooper Hewitt, ...
Image of panel discussion at Cooper Hewitt. 5 women with microphones on a stage, two small tables with glasses of water. Grace Jun is speaking, she holds the mic to her mouth.
Sat. April 6, 2019
How are designers and marketers working to change fashion for people with disabilities? What is Universal Design? How does representation further inclusive practices? What is the future of fashion and disability? A conversation between brand ambassadors, designers, and industry pioneers will explore the development of fashion for people with disabilities, representation, and the business case for engaging with inclusive design. ...