AI and Visual Media: How is Tech Redefining Our Creativity?
Hasso Plattner Institute, 10 Hudson Yards, 48th floor, 10001 New York June 11, 2019 / 6:00 PM
Every day we generate, share, and view a tremendous amount of user-generated visual media on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.
Integrating visual elements into social media posts, newsletters, web pages and other media formats enhances our ability to attract followers and customers by making content easier to process and understand. AI and computer vision play a key role in this process. AI helps us generate better visual media with our smart phones and enables us to find what we are looking for when we search for visual content. But do these intelligent algorithms and machines also foster our creativity?
Our speakers will discuss the current trends in AI, computer vision, as well as computer graphics research and their application in end user-focused products. They will provide insights into how AI helps us extract the essentials from visual media and how AI can be used for interactive and creative visual media transformation. They will also discuss how AI, in combination with augmented reality, can help people paint.
Join our experts as they discuss some of the latest innovations in visual media
Prof. Dr. Juergen Döllner
The Computer Graphics Systems group headed by Prof. Dr. Jürgen Döllner is concerned with the analysis, planning and construction of computer graphics and multimedia systems. Human-computer communication is the overall context of the group's work.
CEO and Co-Founder of Digital Masterpieces, a deep-tech computer graphics startup located in Potsdam, Germany that develops engaging and easy-to-use mobile tools for visual storytelling.
CEO and Founder of Cupixel, a Boston-based startup that brings a whole new vision to the creative process. He has over 20 years of experience in the software industry, specializing in development.
Dr. Joann Halpern
Director of the Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering in New York (HPI) and an adjunct professor of International Education at New York University. Prior to joining HPI, she was the founding director of the German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI).