Re/Framing - AI & Creative Technologies

In this dynamic panel session tech commentator for ABC Radio and host of 3RRR's Byte into IT, Row Murray will explore the opportunities and innovations enabled by sustainable and ethical use of generative artificial intelligence tools with panelists Bhautik Joshi, Charl Laubscher and Jessie Hughes.

Bhautik Joshi has developed tools for feature films, motion capture, virtual and augmented reality, previsualization for TV, game development, real-time computing, signal analysis, surgical simulation and medical imaging.

Strategist, designer and writer Charl Laubscher is the creative director and owner of Love + Money a digital branding agency, that for the last 7 years has been building digital identities for the digital age.

Jessie Hughes is an internationally-recognised Australian new media artist, technologist and screenwriter, whose works have exhibited at Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, Cannes and the Tate Modern.

Moderator Ro Murray has 30 years of tech marketing expertise under her belt. A past board member of Vic ICT for Women (now known as Women4STEM), she has been the marketing, user experience and advertising representative for a vast range of tech projects, from major superannuation builds to apps and beyond. She was also Digital Director at some cool brands like 7-Eleven and Priceline Pharmacy. The Slurpees were worth it.

* This event is part of Re/Framing - an exploration of the transformation of creativity and the creative fields by AI, in collaboration between ADM+S Centre, Leonardo.Ai, AFran, Canva and RMIT Culture

Refreshments from 4.00pm
Panel discussion 4.00-5.30pm

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