Design Work 14 November 2019
Design//Work: Designing for Artificial Intelligence
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm


130 Sutter Street, Suite 600

San Francisco

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Many of our digital interactions are increasingly being done through artificial intelligence-driven chatbots and algorithms whether we realize it or not. As we enter this A.I. driven world we ask what are the design and ethical considerations as we enter this paradigm shift for humanity.

Join us for this panel discussion as we ask our panelists:

  • Just what is A.I. and what are the different types of A.I.?
  • What’s different about designing for A.I.?
  • Where should you start learning to design for A.I.?
  • What are the ethical considerations for designing for A.I.?
  • Which A.I. related platform(s) should you learn?
  • What jobs will open up for A.I.?
  • moderator
    Amy Stillhorn, Founder of Big Monocle
    Amy is the founder and CEO of Big Monocle, an award-winning creative agency with offices in Utah and California (San Francisco, San Jose, Redwood City and Provo) that services startups and fortune 100 clients. Big Monocle focuses on branding and brand experiences. Their full-service capabilities allow them to execute across a broad range of deliverables required for, say, a new web presence. From the overall infrastructure, user experience, design and development, to the messaging, video, photo and marketing strategies that the site would need to thrive. Big Monocle was recently named International Small Agency of the Year by the DMA Echo Awards. The logo they did for the Women’s March has created an identity for a global movement in support of women everywhere. Amy has served on the board of AIGA SF, and currently serves as a board member of Braid Workshops (in support of women entrepreneurs) and co-founded the Sego Awards in order to recognize female founders and CEOs in Utah. Her big hobbies at the moment are karaoke and baking sourdough bread.