AI and Education
Lotte KronborgHead of Studies for BFA Animation, The Animation Workshop, VIA University College, Denmark
AI is the great disruptor, full of promises or threats depending on your VIEWpoint. We are all affected!
Already novels, films, songs and all kinds of creative and cultural artefacts are produced by AI, leaving human creatives unsure about the future.
Around the world Universities and Colleges are reflecting how they can service the future of its creative industries, and hopefully provide new talent that can engage, interact and use AI to positively change the world.
This panel will look at how education and training can use AI right now to extend the creativity of artists and film makers, and how educators might need to adapt to new ways of collaborating with machines.
VIEW Conference 2023 has selected a panel of experienced educators from the fields of the digital moving image to give a commentary on how the AI revolution may pan out for visual artists and producers of all kinds.
Chair: Saint John Walker
Dean & Director of Industry Engagement, Escape Studios
Terrence Masson (ONLINE)
MFA Computer Arts Chair, School of Visual Arts (SVA), NYC
Head of Studies for BFA Animation, The Animation Workshop, VIA University College, Denmark
Gray Marshall, MS, MFA
Chair of Visual Effects, SCAD
Director and CEO, London Film School