The incursion of artificial intelligence and automation into productive landscapes has come to be seen as the trigger for major shifts in labor ethos and conditions. Under the premise that automation also influences the design and occupation of the built environment, this project reflects upon the emerging architectures of automated labor in Pearl River Delta.
Marina Otero Verzier, Director of Research & Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam; Merve Bedir, Co-researcher, Automated, Hong Kong; Roberto Requejo Belette, Lecturer, Department of Architecture at Hong Kong University; and De Kai, Distinguished Research Scholar, ICSI, Berkeley, and Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, HKUST
Moderators: Aric Chen, Lead Curator for Design and Architecture, M+, Hong Kong; and Marisa Yiu, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Design Trust, Hong Kong
Project supported by Design Trust, an initiative by Hong Kong Ambassadors of Design, and the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Hong Kong.Access: Open to the public and free of charge