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Book Series: Big Data, Big Design with Helen Armstrong

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Virtual book talk and Q&A about AI with designer Helen Armstrong, author of Big Data, Big Design (BOOK INCLUDED W/TICKET, a $29.95 value)

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Designers stand on the verge of a great professional Opportunity: Machine Learning.

In her new book, Big Data, Big Design: Why Designers Should Care About Artificial Intelligence, Helen Armstrong, a professor of graphic design at North Carolina State University, provides designers with the tools they need to harness the potential of machine learning and put it to use for good through thoughtful, human-centered, intentional design.

In this event, Armstrong will address questions such as:

How can designers adapt and thrive as machine learning becomes ubiquitous?

How might we map out new brands, platforms, and experiences between human and machine?

What dangers must be addressed?

What destructive ideologies and biases must we reveal and confront?

What possibilities for a better future might we explore and prototype?

***Included with the purchase price of this event ticket is a copy of Big Data, Big Design:Why Designers Should Care About Artificial Intelligence (a $29.95 value) including shipping***

Helen Armstrong is a professor of graphic design at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her previous books include Graphic Design Theory, Digital Design Theory, and Participate.

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