Sandbox #2: Artificial Intelligence and Storytelling

25 Aug 2018, 10:00am-1:00pm

AUT Tower, Corner Rutland and Wakefield Streets, Room WT802 Map

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Sandbox #2: Artificial Intelligence and Storytelling

Hear from leading industry practitioners:

Justin Flitter is the Founder of NewZealand.ai and Producer of AI-DAY, New Zealand’s Premier AI Event. His monthly AI Show events aim to engage the broader business community in the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence and emerging tech. He’s a passionate advocate for fueling peoples curiosity in how AI is impacting business, and society.

Katie Hinsen is an international award-winning film & television post-production professional with credits on over 80 major productions. Much of her expertise comes from an equal interest in science, entrepreneurship, and creative industries. She has spent much of her career focused on the practical implementation of emerging technologies, and over the past five years has been researching and writing about the impact of AI on the wider screen industry.

Taylor Carrasco is a Lecturer in Visualization and Visual Effects at Massey University. Forging his career in FarmVille and Mafia Wars at Zynga and with over 15 films at Weta, he moved to the educational sector writing diploma strategy for ACG Education. Currently he works with artificial intelligence and procedural methods with practice-based methods and traditional academic analysis.

Q&A's to follow.

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Regular: $15 + GST
Students: $10 + GST

Saturday 25 August 2018 | 10am – 1pm
AUT Tower, Corner of Wakefield and Queen Street, 8th Floor WT802

Story Edge is kindly supported by:
NZ On Air
NZ Film Commission
AUT – Master of English and New Media Studies (MENMS)

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