Design Work 14 June 2018
D//W: Designing for Artificial Intelligence
8:30 am - 11:00 am

AIGA San Francisco

130 Sutter Street

San Francisco

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8:30 am
Doors Open For Mingling And Coffee
9:00 am
Panel Discussion Begins
10:30 am
Panel Discussion Wraps Up
11:00 am
Event Ends // Doors Close


In the early twentieth century many of our digital interactions are increasingly through artificial intelligence-driven chatbots and algorithms whether we realize it or not. It makes you wonder if we're edging towards a world where Skynet and Hal 2000 are on the horizon.

With the globe's major companies all trying to make the next big breakthrough in A.I. we’re on the cusp of a paradigm shift in how we design digital interactions with human beings.

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.?
  • Where should you start learning to design for A.I.?
  • What design skills will be in demand for A.I.?
  • What’s different about designing for A.I.?
  • Which A.I. platform(s) should you learn?
  • What jobs will open up for A.I.?
  • moderator
    Amy is the founder and CEO of Big Monocle, an award-winning creative agency with offices in San Francisco, San Jose, Redwood City and Provo. She works with fortune 500 brands and specializes in strategic, high-level brand and campaign thinking. This year Big Monocle was named Small Agency of the Year by the DMA.
    Sherine Kazim, Experience Design Consultant
    Sherine is a design leader creating industry-changing products and experiences for Fortune 500 companies, agencies, startups, and foundations. Throughout her 20-year career, she has led Experience Design teams within the physical and digital realms, transforming hardware, software, retail and connected environments for clients such as LG, Twitter, Verizon, EA, and Philips Labs. Her human-centric approach to design has garnered industry awards and attention from numerous organizations. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband, tailless cat, and a nosey eavesdropper called Alexa.