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9 Moderators: Haym Hirsh, Professor of Computer Science, Rutgers University; Visiting Scholar, Center for Collective Intelligence and Sloan School of Management, MIT; and Tomaso A. Poggio, MIT Andrew Blake, Managing Director, Micros...
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Speaking of the architectural and media practice he shares with Chris Lasch, Aranda will explore the use of algorithms and systems theory in contemporary design. Well known for examining dynamics such as “Tooling” and “Flocking,” the tea...
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Michelle Kuo’s talk is drawn from her extensive research on the relationship between art, technology, and corporate research and development — as specifically realized in the organization Experiments in Art and Technology. Known as E.A.T...
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Trans_Local Emil Rodríguez Garabot MIT- Humphrey Fellow, Dominican Republic 2010-2011. "The Mirador Sur Park and the 1998 Tsunami False Alarm" Anticipation, mobilization and outrageousness for a new ecological urbanity in Santo Domingo...
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Matthew Wisnioski studies the many collaborations between artists, engineers, and scientists in the 1960s from the engineers’ and scientists’ perspective. His paper will examine the dramatic transformations in MIT’s art scene in the post...
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Systems, Process, Art, and the Social Video from the February 4 FAST event Systems, Process, Art, and the Social Friday, February 4 1:00 – 5:00 pm Edgerton Hall – Room 34-101, 50 Vassar Street, Cambridge (map) *No tickets or reg...
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Ritchie speaks on the “historic, conceptual and practical uses of systems, how he sees systemic thinking and making in relation to debated concepts such as expression, universalism, allegory and finitude, the ‘difference equation’ and ho...
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